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A grounded approach to environmental sustainability, health and human well-being in Southern Costa Rica

A grounded approach to environmental sustainability, health and human well-being in Southern Costa Rica

In 2021, the York Las Nubes project in the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change (EUC) launched the Grounded project in collaboration with the York Faculty of Health, York International, York Libraries, and Universidad Técnica Nacional (UTN) of Costa Rica, San Carlos Campus. Indeed, community is at the heart of York’s Las Nubes EcoCampus such

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Grounded Project launches with film premiere and panel discussion, June 10

Grounded Project launches with film premiere and panel discussion, June 10

Join York University's Las Nubes Project on June 10 at 6 p.m. to celebrate the launch of the Grounded Project, a new pan-University and international research collaboration, with the virtual film premiere of More than Migrants. The film screening will be followed by a panel discussion on the social determinants of health of migrant workers, chaired by York

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Las Nubes contributes to social and ecological well-being in Southern Costa Rica

Las Nubes contributes to social and ecological well-being in Southern Costa Rica

The Las Nubes project in Costa Rica supports the protection of the biological, ecological and social values of the Alexander Skutch Biological Corridor which contains  the  Las Nubes forest reserve that borders the largest protected area  in Central America. Originally created by Professor Howard Daugherty following a donation made by Toronto physician and medical researcher, Dr. Woody

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