Climate Solutions Navigator

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The Climate Solutions Navigator project is a new, two-year university-wide climate solutions initiative.

Guided by a cross-campus working group, the Navigator aims to connect the university community on climate solutions opportunities and facilitate new research partnerships across faculties and with industry, public and civil society.

Climate change is the global threat of our time, and universities are poised to make significant contributions to accelerating climate solutions. To do this requires working together, to address and further support activities already underway.

The Climate Solutions Navigator is led by the Office of the Vice-President Research and Innovation and the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions with support from UVic’s Strategic Impact Fund.  

Climate Solutions Navigator


The Climate Solutions Navigator is supported by a dynamic and diverse working group that includes leaders from over 15 UVic departments, research centres and administrative units.

Our mandate

Climate solutions at UVic


UVic leads research on climate modelling, climate change mitigation and adaptation, the development of sustainable energy systems and the human dimensions of climate change.

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