Copy
Greener News  - Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. Read.
View this email in your browser
Friend,

As warmer weather finally arrives, there are many activities to do and sights to appreciate across the U of T community. This month's Greener News will keep you up to date with exciting achievements and resources you should know about.

We hope you enjoyed Pride month! The Sustainability Office reused old lanyards to decorate for U of T's #DisplayYourPride on behalf of F&S and UPDC, 4th Floor Exam Centre (with the help of our Work Study students). 
U of T Sustainability Innovation Prize Winners Announced

SoluSave, STP Sports, and Circular Toys announced as winners of the first-ever #UofTSustPrize.
U of T buildings part of 'thriving architectural scene' in Toronto

Wallpaper magazine featured One Spadina and a planned 14-story Academic Wood Tower.
National Magazine Awards recognizes University of Toronto Magazine

The Autumn 2018 issue, "The Cities We Need," takes home the silver medal in the prestigious competition. 
Tako-Pinehsiiwan at UTSC's Gallery 1265                   
                    
Indigenous artist-in-residence Animikiik’otcii Maakaai's first solo exhibit focused on ceremony.
Toronto launches its first resilience strategy at the Daniels Faculty

The strategy addresses how the city can respond to climate change, extreme weather, and inequality.  
Resource Highlight: Visit U of T's online Indigenous Portal

Find information about land acknowledgements, Indigenous faculty, smudging ceremonies and more.
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
Website
Email
Introducing Viridian

U of T's Blue Sky Solar Racing (a student-led club) unveils its latest solar car in anticipation for their race across the Australian Outback this October.
U of T researcher Fadi Masoud signs onto Flood Resilient Toronto Charter

Signatories will collaborate to identify and protect vulnerable residents and locations from urban flooding.
$3.8 million awarded in federal grants to seven U of T researchers

The researchers are part of projects ranging from sustainable forestry to advances in electric vehicles.
CGEN researchers collaborate with Indigenous communities on projects

The projects will use a holistic approach to address challenges such as infrastructure and food security.
Register for outdoor adventures with UTSC's Athletics & Recreation

Sign up for activities such as hiking in the Rouge Valley and White Water Rafting in the Ottawa River.
Join the Healthy Neighbourhoods Data Challenge

The Public Health Agency of Canada and MaRS are looking for innovators to help fill data gaps on urban living.
Expert panel on sustainable finance led by Rotman dean Tiff Macklem
U of T PhD student Eric Davies on a mission to save native Toronto trees
Consumers leading shift from meat to plant-based food: U of T expert 
U of T expert evaluates Scheer's climate plan and suggests changes
May 5 - August 1
The Daniels Faculty hosts the launch of the Resilient TO Exhibition, showcasing urban solutions to climate change.
May 4 - July 27
Organized by the Art Museum at the University of Toronto, the installation investigates social conflict.
July 11
The School of Cities seminar series engages with evidence-based research and urban transportation policy.
June 5 - July 27
Artists at the Daniels Faculty offer alternate views on the prairies using innovative mediums and techniques.
Enjoy the warm weather by exploring the green spaces U of T has to offer. Recognize these spots across the St. George campus?
Like being kept up to date on campus Sustainability News? Why don't you forward this to a friend?
Did someone send you this newsletter, and you want to subscribe?  Thanks for the compliment!


Copyright © 2019 Sustainability Office, All rights reserved.

You can always update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp