Our world-class research and experts are often featured in media across the globe.

See below to see the latest media releases from IISD Experimental Lakes Area and features in media. If you wish to speak to one of our experts, contact Sumeep Bath, media and communications officer at IISD Experimental Lakes Area at [email protected] or +1 (204) 958-7700 ext. 740.

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IISD-ELA in the News | La Liberte | September 10, 2020

La lutte contre les algues du lac Winnipeg

"Deux Franco-Manitobains font partie des cinq équipes finalistes parmi une douzaine de participants au challenge AquaHacking 2020 débuté en octobre 2019 et organisé pour créer des solutions innovantes aux enjeux d’eau les plus critiques du lac Winnipeg. Alec Massé nous parle de leur projet."

IISD-ELA in the News | The Western Star | September 9, 2020

20 Questions with Corner Brook international student Abdul-Latif Alhassan

"During his internship, he learned of the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) and its 2020 Lake Winnipeg AquaHacking Challenge. It is a program to challenge students, water researchers, developers, designers, scientists, programmers, engineers, technology enthusiasts and entrepreneurs to save Lake Winnipeg."

IISD-ELA in the News | Winnipeg Free Press | September 1, 2020

Saving Lake Winnipeg with tech innovation

"Two Westwood students are working together to save Lake Winnipeg. Bentley Turner, a Westwood Collegiate graduate, and Meagan Smith, a University of Manitoba undergrad, are finalists in the 2020 Lake Winnipeg AquaHacking Challenge."

IISD-ELA in the News | IJC | August 19, 2020

Revitalizing Language and Communicating Science with Ojibwe Translations

"Language is important. Although we may not be fully conscious of it, the language we speak shapes how we see the world and relate to it. Recognizing this, the International Institute for Sustainable Development Experimental Lakes Area (IISD-ELA) in northwestern Ontario has partnered with three individuals through Grand Council Treaty #3 (GCT3) – a governing body of the Anishinaabe Nation in the Treaty 3 lands – to begin translating science materials into the Ojibwe language, Anishinaabemowin."