The McGill Tribune | Oct. 21, 2014
By: Victor Tang
On Oct. 16, McGill University launched the Vision 2020 Sustainability Strategy, a blueprint for increasing social, economic, and environmental sustainability in the McGill community. Over a hundred and fifty students attended the launch event at the Y-intersection last Thursday afternoon.
Building on two years of consultation with over 1500 students, faculty and staff, McGill University today released Vision 2020, a sustainability strategy designed to guide the institution over the coming years. The Vision 2020 strategy embraces the university’s dual role in cultivating a commitment towards sustainability among community members, while at the same time creating the knowledge needed to make this future a reality.
A look into Vision 2020
Published November 18 2013 | McGill Daily
Written by Juliana Hayden | Visual by Khoa Doan
On the evening of November 14, staff and students gathered in the McGill bookstore for the launch of the first draft of McGill’s sustainability strategy – otherwise known as Vision 2020.
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.
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Event: Monday, February 25th, 1-4pm, Thomson House Ballroom
Come hear some of the great sustainability action ideas that your fellow students, faculty and staff have been carrying around in their back pockets—and submit some of your own!
Since kicking off in February 2012, Vision 2020: Creating a Sustainable McGill has engaged thousands of McGill community members in sharing their visions for a sustainable future. Dozens of events have generated countless ideas. The Vision 2020 team has worked hard to incorporate those ideas into a draft Sustainability Vision & Goals report and now is asking: Did we get it right?