The quest for cleaner energy is not just about looking for renewable forms of energy but finding new, cost-effective ways to minimize the carbon footprint as we extract conventional and unconventional hydrocarbons.
The effects of climate change can be seen clearly in the Canadian Arctic, on everything from sea ice to narwhals. UCalgary researchers look at what they tell us about the impact of carbon emissions worldwide.
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A key ingredient to achieving our goals are the highly qualified personnel (HQP) — the students and postdoctoral scholars — who are the lifeblood of these research projects. Their ideas, enthusiasm and passion drive much of what we do as a research-intensive university. Their energy and tireless pursuit of excellence enables us to deliver on our commitment to take our energy research from great to best, to operate ‘not business as usual’, and to make significant impacts in scholarship, training, industry solutions, and contributions to the community.
Read about the research and the hard-working people behind the Global Research Initiative.