The Committee on Environment will hold its ninth annual Rethink conference, which traditionally aims to provide the community with information on environmental initiatives on campus by students and the administration, as well as an opportunity to provide suggestions on priority environmental projects to be addressed. Focus this year will be on taking action and the Sustainable Projects Fund.
The Sub-Committee on Environment will hold its eighth annual Rethink conference, which traditionally aims to provide the community with information on environmental initiatives on campus by students and the administration, as well as an opportunity to provide suggestions on priority environmental projects to be addressed. Focus this year will be on education and sustainability.
McGill’s new Office of Sustainability will open on Feb. 11, marking an important step in the University’s drive to become a thoroughly green institution.
Join Food & Dining Services Chef Oliver De Volpi at the Royal Victoria Dining Hall where he demonstrate how to make a healthy, low fat version of Chicken Scallopini and Spinach Fettucini. You will have the chance to savour this delicious lunch. Bon appetit!
Want to know where you can park your bike at McGill?? McGill has almost 1,800 spaces at secure bike racks on campus. If you want a better idea of where these racks are located, please see this link
In an effort to adopt more sustainable and economical printing solutions, the uPrint service is being deployed over the next 3 weeks in all Libraries, Residences and other public areas that have Xerox machines. uPrint is a new way for students to print, copy and scan at McGill.
McGill University student, Jonathan Glencross is recognized by Earth Day Canada for environmental achievement - Student establishes Sustainable Projects Fund and more
There is a common misconception that the problem with adopting sustainable work practices is they are both expensive and inconvenient. The people at Development and Alumni Relations (DAR) would gladly tell you otherwise.
“As I arrived to my first ever university lecture hall in the fall of 2007, I can’t say I was particularly concerned about my undergraduate experience.”
A former two-time Canadian National Debating Champion while pursuing his Honours BA and MA at McGill in the 1990s, Gerald Butts knows a thing or two about the power of words.