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McGill Feeding McGill 4 (SP0099)

Status: COMPLETED March 2013 - Fall 2014

The objective of the project is to provide locally grown fruits and vegetables from the Macdonald Campus’s Horticultural Center to McGill’s downtown residences and the general student community.

CKUT Interview with Lilith Wyatt

CKUT's All Things McGill interviewed Lilith Wyatt regarding the Sustainability Projects Fund and the recent referendum process that will secure funding for the initiative over the next 5 years. 

lilith_interview.mp3
Published: 21May2013

1st Annual GIMI indoor and outdoor plant sale!

7Jun201311:00
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14:00
DC - Downtown Campus Central Sector Intersection of lower fields (halfway between Arts building & Roddick gates), 845 Sherbrook Street West, Montreal, QC, CA

Call for donations of indoor plants, outdoor plants or garden supplies!


Campus Dining – More Universities are Serving Healthier Cuisine to Students

Published in the May 2013 Issue (Vol.15 No.5 p.18) of Today's Dietitian
Written by McKenzie Hall, RD

Published: 14May2013

The Stop Book Launch

23May201319:00
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Leacock Building room 232, 855 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 2T7, CA

Childcare Access Study (SP0096)

Status: COMPLETED May 2013 - February 2014

This project measures the magnitude of the lack of child care spots available to the faculty and graduate students on the McGill downtown campus. Through background research, and the design and analysis of a survey, a concise and informative report will be produced that highlights the impacts and needs of childcare services. The project hopes to contribute to the economic and social sustainability of the McGill community.

Library Recycling Multibins (SP0097)

Status: COMPLETED March 2011 - December 2012

The Library Multibins project oversaw the purchase and installation of 25 specialized recycling/waste multibins in three libraries on McGill campus, including the main Humanities and Social Sciences Library (Redpath/Mclennan). This project involved an educational campaign designed to have users of the bins to take the routines they learn at the libraries and implement them at home.

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