Article – Young Innovators: U of S researcher building a tool for more efficient software coding

Young Innovators: U of S researcher building a tool for more efficient software coding

Brooke Kleiboer
Saskatoon StarPhoenix
January 10, 2022

The study is the first of its kind to provide a multi-perspective view of computer source code using natural language processing techniques.

Read the full article here: https://thestarphoenix.com/news/local-news/young-innovators-u-of-s-researcher-building-a-tool-for-more-efficient-software-coding

Article – 2021, one of the worst years for glaciers in western Canada and not the last

2021, one of the worst years for glaciers in western Canada and not the last

Rosa Kleed
Turned News
December 19, 2021

Geography professor Brian Menounos, University of Northern British Columbia (University of Northern British Columbia UNBC), has been studying glaciers for 20 years. These enormous expanses of ice fascinate him, even if he knows their days are numbered.

Read the full article here: https://turnednews.com/2021-one-of-the-worst-years-for-glaciers-in-western-canada-and-not-the-last/

Read the full article in French here: https://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1848676/changements-climatiques-rechauffement-environnement-glace-peyto

Article – Glaciers Losing Their Cool

Glaciers Losing Their Cool

Caroline Aubry-Wake
51° North Magazine
December 16, 2021

Rope, ice axe, crampons, helmet — check. Computer, batteries, tools, electrical tape, notebooks — check. I am packing for a day at the office: my outdoor office, Peyto Glacier. For my Ph.D. research at the University of Saskatchewan in Canmore, I study how mountain glaciers provide water to downstream valleys…

Read the full article here: https://www.51degreesnorthmagazine.ca/culture/people/glaciers-losing-their-cool-4873336

Article – After a year of disasters, it’s urgent that we address Canada’s climate-caused water crisis

After a year of disasters, it’s urgent that we address Canada’s climate-caused water crisis

John Pomeroy
Contributed to The Globe and Mail
November 19, 2021

Canada has had two brutal wake-up calls from Mother Nature this year.

Read the full article here: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/article-after-a-year-of-disasters-its-urgent-that-we-address-canadas-climate/

Centre for Hydrology Presentations at the UN Framework Convention for Climate Change COP26 Meeting in Glasgow, Scotland

Members of the Centre for Hydrology presented at four events at the COP26 Meeting.

On November 1st, John Pomeroy gave a keynote presentation on ‘The Demise of Global Snow and Ice due to Climate Change and the Implications for Water Sustainability’, a presentation on ‘ Rapid Glacier Decline in the Canadian Rockies’ and chaired and spoke at the ‘Global Water Futures Cold Regions Warming Event’ which were part of the High Level Segment of the World Leaders Summit COP26 Cryosphere Session. Recordings of the talks are on YouTube on the session website here and here.

Art from the GWF Transitions Project was displayed on Nov 1st by John Pomeroy, Trevor Davies and Gennadiy Ivanov.

On November 5th Corinne Schuster-Wallace and John Pomeroy served on a panel discussion on the ‘Canada Water Agency in a Global Context, the Frontier of Water Governance’ that was organised by FLOW and Global Water Futures.   this can be found at hour 8:52 here on YouTube.

The events on Nov 1st are portrayed in this video by GWF Artist-in-Residence Gennadiy Ivanov and the GWF Transitions Cold Regions Warming Event at COP was featured by BBC.