Posts in Conservation
The First Ever Students For Rivers Camp

was awesome! (And I slept >15h in order to recover).

Here’s a little rundown of what happened at the camp:

  • We had 28 students from 17 different countries

  • Our students studied topics ranging from industrial design to political ecology, from communications to aquatic biogeochemistry, from international relations to environmental engineering

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ENGINEERING MYTH: Is Hydropower a Renewable Energy?

We're spending this week in beautiful Romania! Kayaking, fishing and drinking with locals, checking out illegal dams, speaking with mayors from small villages, and enjoying what the Earth has to offer.

Romania is the first place in Europe that I’ve been that has beautiful stretches of untouched forests, rivers, mountains, etc. Truly spectacular and reminded me a lot of Canada.

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Why am I Building a Turbidity Sensor?

I just spent an entire month writing a grant proposal for a PhD project to develop my very own open-sourced, affordable, turbidity sensor.

Current available sensors cost around 10,000-100,000EUR. Monitoring turbidity in a river can give you information on the total suspended sediment in the water, but why else is this parameter important?

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