Media

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 media@iisd.org or +1 (204) 958-7700 ext. 740.

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IISD-ELA in the News | Winnipeg Free Press | August 2, 2019

Summer slime: Algae blooms haunt Lake Winnipeg shores

"The plan was detailed in a joint proposal by the Lake Winnipeg Foundation and International Institute of Sustainable Development. On Thursday, the director of the IISD’s water management program called the city’s inaction on the issue "embarrassing.""

IISD-ELA in the News | The Globe and Mail | July 31, 2019

Slick science: How researchers are preparing for Canada’s next major oil spill

"“Actually, watching the oil being placed on the lake is a pretty exciting feeling,” said Ms. Stanley, a PhD student and project officer at the Experimental Lakes Area, or ELA, in Northwestern Ontario. The research site, east of Kenora, includes 58 small lakes that serve as a natural laboratory for investigating environmental contamination. It is one of the few places on Earth where aquatic ecosystems can be deliberately polluted for scientific study."

IISD-ELA in the News | Winnipeg Free Press | July 31, 2019

City tells province more time needed to fight phosphorus

"Dimple Roy, the institute’s director of water management, said engineers and scientists familiar with the Winnipeg plant were consulted to develop the interim measure, which was demonstrated to reduce phosphorus concentrations by 70 per cent, to a level that would comply with its licence."

IISD-ELA in the News | Winnipeg Free Press | July 23, 2019

Immediate action required on algae

"The International Institute for Sustainable Development and the Lake Winnipeg Foundation have been advocating for city leaders to immediately implement such a retrofit solution in order to significantly reduce the phosphorus loading dumped into Lake Winnipeg."