Queen's University is home to internationally recognized researchers exploring a range of environmental topics that include climate change, renewable energy, and water.
Institute for Sustainable Finance
The Institute for Sustainable Finance is a multi-disciplinary network of research and professional development that brings together academia, the private sector, and government to shape Canada’s innovations in sustainable finance.
Queen's Institute for Energy and Environmental Policy
By encouraging multidisciplinary research on present and future energy needs, the Institute develops pragmatic advice on energy and environmental policy that is relevant to the public and to all levels of government.
Beaty Water Research Centre
The Beaty Water Research Centre (BWRC) is an interdisciplinary centre dedicated to furthering its key pillars of research, education, and outreach around water-related issues. The BWRC fosters and supports activities under four themes: water governance, water use, water resources and water quality.
Queen's University Biological Station
The Queen's University Biological Station (QUBS) is one of the premier scientific field stations in Canada. For almost 70 years, researchers and students have gathered at QUBS to conduct leading-edge research and participate in courses spanning ecology, evolution, conservation, geography, and environmental science.
Faculty of Arts and Science
Get to know the research specializations of faculty members with Arts and Science at Queen's.