The second Sport and the Environment webinar featured Liv Yoon and was titled: Envisioning Alternative Socio-Environmental Futures Through Sociocultural Kinesiology Dr. Liv Yoon is a postdoctoral research scholar at the Earth Institute and the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University. Her research is at the intersection of climate change, social inequities, and health, […] Read More
Organized in partnership with the Brock University Centre for Sport Capacity and The University of British Columbia’s Centre for Sport and Sustainability — join us on Friday, October 7th, 10:00am PST (1pm EST) to discuss sport and the environment in the Canadian sport context! This is the fourth of sixth webinars in this series. The […] Read More
Two new articles on homelessness and bicycling by CSS Research and Information Coordinator Jeanette Steinmann and CSS Director Dr. Brian Wilson — articles based on Jeanette’s MA research — have been published in the journals Mobilities and Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health. Different Spokes for Different Folks: experiences with cycling and the bicycle from […] Read More
Sport & The Environment: Politics, Practices and Preferred Futures Speaker Series Co-Hosted by the UBC Kinesiology’s Centre for Sport and Sustainability (CSS) and Brock University’s Centre for Sport Capacity (CSC) Notes and Timestamps for talk by David Goldblatt, Thursday Feb 3, 2022 About the speaker: David Goldblatt is a British writer, academic, and journalist. He […] Read More
Sport & The Environment: Politics, Practices and Preferred Futures The University of British Columbia’s Centre for Sport and Sustainability and Brock University’s Centre for Sport Capacity have partnered to host a speaker series entitled Sport & The Environment: Politics, Practices and Preferred Futures! The climate emergency has come starkly into focus. Wildfires, flooding, and extreme […] Read More
The CSS podcast is dedicated to exploring a the relationships between and impacts of sport on a variety of social, cultural, and environmental factors. Season 1, “The Legacy Season”, was inspired by the 10-year anniversary of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, a time when issues of the impact and legacies of mega sport […] Read More
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