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Climate risk information and resilience services provision to the MAP project

Our society is a technical partner with the Mobility, Accessibility and Participation (MAP) project with the University of British Columbia (UBC). For details on MAP, please check out:

Based on research, we are providing climate risk information and developing climate resilience services to support MAP for the disabled and elderly population across the British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec provinces. 

Integrating climate education in Master of Occupational Therapy Program at UBC

In collaboration with the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy at Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia, we are presently integrating climate education in their Master of Occupational Therapy program. 

Incorporating ethics in engineering education with promotion of climate action

We are collaborating with the Peace Innovation Institute for the incorporation of ethics in engineering education with promotion of  climate action. Please check them out at:


We are presently focusing on developing an online course for engineering and allied disciplines, a joint research publication aimed for a peer-review journal and climate action projects. 

Platial Mobility: a novel framework aims at advancing existing Geographical Information Systems

In collaboration with experts from Graz Institute of Technology, Austria, we have developed a new framework to advance Geographical Information  Systems (GIS). This advancement includes the voice of individuals and collectives in maps. It is particularly amenable for crises including disasters, climate change impacts and public health threats such as epidemics and pandemics.

Read our article here:


We are thankful to our collaborators including their support for open access science, which makes us share this research article freely.

PSSIF partnering with West Coast Environmental Law for the Sue Big Oil campaign

To support climate litigation efforts our society is partnering with the Sue Big Oil Campaign led by the West Coast Environmental Law. We are helping provide scientific evidence and evaluating climate costs in this partnership.  Check out the Sue Big Oil campaign here:

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