Institute for Energy, Environment and Sustainable Communities (IEESC)

Institute for Energy, Environment and Sustainable Communities (IEESC)

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Institute for Energy, Environment and Sustainable Communities (IEESC)

Regina, Canada

University of Regina

Mission

The Institute for Energy, Environment and Sustainable Communities of the University of Regina is a research and demonstration institute that integrates energy, environment and sustainability research expertise and undertakes thematic research to address the impacts and challenges of climate change. The Institute was formed in 2011.

IEESC has the expertise to better understand and develop responses to environment and energy issues affecting our communities. Our research provides a solid scientific basis for decision-making, public policy development, risk management strategies, and adjusting to our changing climate.

IEESC combines research from several disciplines to examine areas such as climate trends, energy, pollution and safe drinking water. Our experts are engineers, social scientists, biologists, chemists, geologists, geographers, computer scientists and educators from universities, not-for-profits, and the public and private sectors.

Main Activities 

Research, teaching, outreach and collaborative activities.

Organizational Structure

IEESC has a strong research team to undertake world-class research into energy, environment and sustainability issues. This includes IEESC members who conduct research that is both leading edge in their fields and applied to real issues in our communities.

Contact

Jocelyn Crivea
Institute Manager

Jocelyn.Crivea@uregina.ca  

http://www.ieesc.ca