Does extended producer responsibility (EPR) reduce plastic pollution? Our research uses available citizen science data to demonstrate that there has been no reduction in shoreline pollution levels of certain packaging types after the introduction of the policy.
Max Liboiron and Tina Ngata on how colonialism, plastic pollution, and Māori sciences are unique in Aotearoa.
CLEAR is pleased to announce the recipients of our first ever artist-in-residence (AIR) program!
This week in lab we learned about accountability and the role of apology. In feminist and anticolonial work there are … More
Newfoundland and Labrador is adopting a plastic bag ban effective July 1, 2020! This will make us the second province … More
How do you dress professionally to accommodate your own style, gender expression and comfort? Many graduate students only have one … More
*Update: This call has closed.* CLEAR is a marine science laboratory that specializes in marine plastic pollution and we’re also … More
Are you a beneficiary of Nunatsiavut or member of NunatuKavut? Are you interested in science? Are you looking for a … More
Imappivut is a plan to manage and protect Labrador Inuit interests in the coastal and marine areas of Labrador. Dr. … More
Decolonizing your syllabus is different than including some Indigenous writers on the reading schedule.