Earth and Environmental Science at Acadia offers programs leading to B.Sc. degrees in Environmental Science, Geology and Environmental Geoscience, and M.Sc. degrees in Geology and Applied Geomatics. 

Departmental News

Matthew Baker: from environmental science to policy analyst

A degree in environmental science may not seem an obvious route to a position as a policy analyst for the Nova Scotia government.

For Matthew Baker (BSc ’12), however, the knowledge and skills he developed at Acadia University were a good match for the Sustainable and Renewable Energy Division of the Nova Scotia Department of Energy

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The 2016 Morton Centre Summary Report

The 2016 Morton Centre Summary Report is completed and ready for viewing, documenting Coastal Action’s fourth year of providing fun and engaging activities for the public at the Acadia University Morton Centre on Heckman’s Island.

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Acadia participants at SETAC - Orlando

The Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry World conference in Orlando, Florida, was well represented by current Acadia students and alumni from Dr. O’Driscoll’s mercury research lab.

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