Projects

Here you will find the list of ongoing and completed projects being undertaken by the Montreal Chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology. Feel free to contact us if you would like to get involved. We also welcome new proposals for conservation-based initiatives.

  • Jackson Hole WILD On Tour screening w/ BSA, BGSA (10/11/2017) - SCBmontreal is co-hosting the Jackson Hole WILD On Tour film screening in Montreal with the Concordia Biology Student Association and the Concordia Biology Graduate Student Association. Admission is FREE. More event information and trailers below. DATE AND TIME Wed, 8 November 2017 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM EDT LOCATION Centre for Structural and Function Genomics […]
  • Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective documentary screening w/ Cinema Politica (3/29/2017) - SCBmontreal is co-presenting a screening of the documentary Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective. This is a Special POV Magazine 150 Launch Event with guest speakers and is co-presented with Concordia Sustainability Action Fund and Concordia Greenhouse. Admission is by donation basis ($5-10 suggested). The venue is wheelchair accessible. More event information and trailer below. Project Leader(s): Arun Dayanandan, Charly Plaisir, […]
  • Earth Hour March w/ WWF McGill, RMS, SSMU EC (3/21/2017) - SCBmontreal is co-organizing a hike up Mount Royal on Earth Hour this year to raise awareness about the issue of climate change with WWF McGill, Redpath Museum Society (RMS), and Students’ Society of McGill University Environment Committee. We will also be hosting the Concordia Biology Student Association, the Concordia Biology Graduate Student Association, the Concordia Geography Undergraduate Student […]
  • To the Ends of the Earth – Montreal premiere w/director w/ Cinema Politica (3/19/2017) - SCBmontreal is co-presenting a screening of the environmental documentary To the Ends of the Earth with Cinema Politica Concordia, Climate Justice Montreal, Divest Concordia, Coalition Climat MTL, and the Concordia Biology Student Association. Admission is by donation basis ($5-10 suggested). The venue is wheelchair accessible. More event information and trailer below. Project Leader(s): Arun Dayanandan, Charly […]
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