When we design scientific instruments, we think of about users that are scientists with degrees in well-funded institutions, but also rural Newfoundlanders, who also have research questions and a right to answer them. To this end, we have several guidelines for how we design and build our tools.
The main place where people notice feminism-at-work when they join our lab is in how we run our weekly lab meetings. Here are some resources on how we do it.
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We are holding this open public meeting to share findings on plastics in food cod, and receive feedback from attendees on how we might proceed in the future. Everyone is welcome!
We are holding this open public meeting to share this year’s findings, receive feedback from attendees on how we might proceed in the future, and discuss concerns around plastic pollution in Newfoundland waters. Everyone is welcome.
We found an average of just over one pieces of plastic per square km around Holyrood, Newfoundland.
While universities have animal ethics, the values university ethics are based upon are not necessarily Indigenous or feminist values, such as equity, humility, respect, or sovereignty…
DFO is panning to implement a licence and tags management regime for the food fishery in the Newfoundland and Labrador. These tags will be plastic. DFO invites public consultations. Make your voice heard.