McGill Student Jakub Dzamba desigs cricket incubator to feed growing interest in insect farming
Published on July 23, 2014 | Journal Metro
by: Mathais Marchal
Given the need to feed an estimated 2.4 billion more people by the year 2050, the drive toward large-scale, single-crop farming around the world may seem inexorable.
Published on Feb 21, 2014 | Teatro Naturale International
Written by S.C.
Composting on campus: a big project in the works. After finishing the last bite of an apple, it’s almost second nature to toss it into the trash can before heading off to class. But what happens then?
Published on Feb 7, 2014 | McGill Tribune
Written by Jenny Shen and Marlee Vinegar
Few people know the fate of their food waste. But for many McGill students, the matter wasn’t just a concern—it was the beginnings of a significant undertaking.
From 11am-2:30pm on Wed, Feb 26th, SSMU EnviroComm is bringing together some of the wonderful sustainability groups on campus to share their knowledge and skills with us all, as well as get you engaged in brainstorming and creating solutions regarding topics such as local food, sustainable buildings, beekeeping and more!
After several weeks of operation, The Nest, SSMU’s brand-new Student-Run Café, is hosting its Grand Opening on Tuesday, February 18 at 6pm in the SSMU Cafeteria.
The evening will feature: interactive presentations, tours of our space, live music, kiosks with green groups, and of course food made fresh at The Nest!
A sampling of their menu and of their hors d'oeuvres will be available.
Alors que la population des abeilles chute de façon alarmante, des étudiants de l'Université McGill amassent des fonds pour construire un pavillon où vivront des colonies entières de ces insectes afin de conscientiser la population à la problématique.
Published on January 20 2014 | Journal de Montréal
Written by Ewan Sauves
Project managers seek student feedback on The Nest, cite dedication to sustainability as main goal.
Published January 14 2014 | McGill Tribune
Written by Catherine-Laure Juste
Redel said the SRC has been successful in achieving a main goal so far—the promotion of sustainability.
In the early 1990s, when more than 1 billion people were going hungry ever year, this goal represented a reduction of 50 per cent.
Published on October 8 2013 | Gazette
Written by Hugp Melgar-Quiñonez
Events celebrate McGill’s certification over the summer as first fair trade certified school in Quebec
Published October 1 2013 | McGill Tribune
Written by Chelsey Ju