The Al-Khawaldahs share a traditional Bedouin breakfast with Vibert, Azzam and members of the film crew.

Keeping Palestinian food culture alive

UVic historian Elizabeth Vibert is documenting Palestinian refugee Aisha Azzam's efforts to keep her community’s food culture alive and establish food security in a region rocked by climate change. Photo: Guochen Wang.

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National AccessAbility Week 2023

National AccessAbility Week is an opportunity to learn about, and commit to addressing, the barriers that limit access and inclusion to the UVic community, campus, systems and opportunities.

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The Wind buoy floating near the community shore and a rounded image at the top of a mountain. Graphic composite: Julena Lovegrove

Accelerating the global shift to clean energy

With the help of a major grant from Canada First Research Excellence Fund (CFREF), we're one step closer to net-zero. Graphic composite: Julena Lovegrove

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UVic is nine times green

The University of Victoria has once again has been named one of Canada’s Greenest Employers. 

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Students walk across a glacier landscape

New degree for a changing world

The BSc in Climate Science at UVic is unique in North America, drawing together multiple areas of expertise to create an interdisciplinary program linking both the Faculties of Science and Social Sciences.

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