USask to develop new Master’s of Sustainability in Energy Security

The University of Saskatchewan will develop a new master’s degree in Sustainability in Energy Security, thanks to $840K in recent funding from the Government of Canada. The program will provide dedicated training in sustainable community energy development to learners in northern, remote, and Indigenous communities. “Our ongoing collaboration with Indigenous people and industry will train a new generation of interdisciplinary professionals and energy practitioners to transform energy systems and promote sustainable energy patterns in northern, remote and Indigenous communities,” said USask Senior Advisor, Indigenous and External Relations for the School of Environment and Sustainability Gary Merasty. News Wire Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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