Introduction

Hi everybody!

The Environmental Science Students Association (ESSA) is a student club representing the environmental science program at UBC. We are dedicated to bringing together people with a passion for the environment. To do this, we organize social events for students to get to know each other outside the classroom. We also put on academic conferences and discussions with professionals in the environmental sciences field, as well as study groups for the program’s core courses. We also take part in events promoting public awareness of environmental issues.

Please contact us at essa.ubc@gmail.com anytime if you are interested in joining ESSA or the environmental science program!

Don’t forget to join our Facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/6679156730/

And follow us on Twitter! @ESSA_UBC

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  1. Hello Members of the Environmental Science Student Association!

    Colloquium, an Alma Mater Society (AMS) student club, wishes to tell you of an upcoming interdisciplinary event with former Greenpeace President and Co-founder, Dr. Patrick Moore:

    Confessions of a Greenpeace Drop-out:
    Can Greenpeace Co-founder Dr. Patrick Moore support GMO’s?

    February 11th, 5-6:30 pm

    What: Dr. Patrick Moore discusses his years with Greenpeace and his controversial campaign for genetically modified Golden Rice, in order to combat Vitamin A deficiency in areas of Asia and Africa.
    Where: Buchanan A 103
    When: February 11th, 2014
    Open to: Anyone who wants to learn or share their opinion
    How much: Free

    Please bring your questions and opinions!

    And your cash if you wish to buy a snack.The proceeds will go to Colloquium and to your choice of two independent initiatives working to alleviate nutrition deficiency in parts of Africa and Asia.

    Hope to have you there!

    Kara Campbell

    President of Colloquium

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