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Nadia Bhuiyan

Nadia Bhuiyan is a professor of mechanical, industrial and aerospace engineering at Concordia University in Montreal.

Opinion | BY NADIA BHUIYAN | November 30, 2020
Fighting climate change will remain a high priority for governments around the world. Post-crisis, the industry must recover with a low-carbon future in mind. There is a clear opportunity to rethink its operating model and make sure it is investing in ways that will enable its long-term survival, and this depends heavily on a fully sustainable recovery. Image courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY NADIA BHUIYAN | November 30, 2020
Opinion | BY NADIA BHUIYAN | November 30, 2020
Fighting climate change will remain a high priority for governments around the world. Post-crisis, the industry must recover with a low-carbon future in mind. There is a clear opportunity to rethink its operating model and make sure it is investing in ways that will enable its long-term survival, and this depends heavily on a fully sustainable recovery. Image courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY NADIA BHUIYAN | April 18, 2018
Canada's federal Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor. Hospitals across Canada are faced with increased pressure to meet the growing needs of cancer care while decreasing the budget allocations of hospitals. The need is crucial: one in four Canadians will die of cancer, according to the Government of Canada’s cancer statistics report for 2017, writes Nadia Bhuiyan. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY NADIA BHUIYAN | April 18, 2018
Opinion | BY NADIA BHUIYAN | April 18, 2018
Canada's federal Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor. Hospitals across Canada are faced with increased pressure to meet the growing needs of cancer care while decreasing the budget allocations of hospitals. The need is crucial: one in four Canadians will die of cancer, according to the Government of Canada’s cancer statistics report for 2017, writes Nadia Bhuiyan. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia