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Explore a diverse range of courses

How can we make our community more sustainable? What impact do social and political factors have on the environment? Explore a wide range of class offerings.

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Combine programs

From Community Design to Journalism to Engineering, discover the many ways to combine Environmental Science with another area of study.

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Internship opportunities

Through Environmental Science internships, students gain hands-on experience while pursuing questions of personal and academic interest relevant to the field.

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Co-op Work Terms

Do you want to gain on-the-job experience during your degree? Co-operative Education in Environmental Science combines academic study with practical, career-related work experience.

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ENVS Alumni to attend Paris climate change summit

Kit Moran, Dalhousie medical student (and ENVS grad), is 1 of 2 Canadian medical students selected to attend the Paris climate change summit

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Alumni Profile

Catch up with James Steenberg who graduated with a Bachelor of Science (BSc) with Honours in Environmental Science in May 2007.

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Congratulations all 2016 Science Atlantic Research Award winners and participants!

From left to right: Amanda Ring (Dal ENVS), Rachel Shin (Dal ENVS), Allison Dickhout, Sara Klapstein, Sonya Ardley, Emily Walker - absent: Samantha Stachiw and James Williams.

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We Recommend

Essential reading and viewing for Environmental Science students recommended by ENVS faculty.

Kudos

Congratulations to all our 2015-16 Environmental Science graduates for all you've achieved. All the best as you venture forth to make your mark on the world.

  • Congratulations to all ENVS  award winners, announced at the End-of-Year Celebrations on April 22, Earth Day:
  • The 2015-16 Environmental Programs Awards winner is Jenni Barrera.
  • The Owen Hertzman Prize co-winners for 2015-16 are Adrean Ojoleck and Yvonne Ritchie.
  • And the Pearson Education Canada Book Prize winner for 2015-16 is Siobhan Takala.
  • Congratulations to Amanda Ring, winner of the 2015-16 Art and Dorothy Cooke Memorial Research Scholarship.