Dec. 22, 2014 | Montreal Gazette By: Sarah Rogers Thanks to a McGill University law professor with an interest in social responsibility, there’s an app that will monitor your commitment to sustainability. Read the full story here
The Trottier Institute for Sustainability in Engineering and Design (TISED) is pleased to announce that Dr.
Le Devoir | le 10 décembre 2014 par: Alexandre Shields La pollution provoquée par le plastique a pris de telles proportions au cours des dernières décennies que près de 270 000 tonnes de ce matériau flotteraient à la surface des océans, selon une étude internationale publiée mercredi. lire l'histoire complète ici.
Nunatsiaq Online | Dec. 10, 2014 By: Sarah Rogers McGill University Researcher Anna Bruce explores how Iqaluit women are adapting to "bad" berry seasons Read the full story here
McGill Reporter| Nov. 28, 2014 by: McGill Reporter Staff Architecture professor Vikram Bhatt has won the 2014 Margolese National Design for Living Prize, the University of British Columbia School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture announced this week. Read the full story here
Montreal Gazette | Jan 25, 2015 BY: Rene Bruemmer The Canadian committee of economists headed by McGill University economics professor Chris Ragan, are looking at ways Canada can follow the lead of other countries and start taxing pollution instead of jobs and profits, without hurting taxpayers or Canadian firms’ ability to compete internationally. Read the full story here
The McGill Tribune | Nov. 26, 2014 By: Remi Lu Alan Chen didn’t know it at the time, but one afternoon three years ago in Lev Bukhman marked the start of a multi-year project that would reduce the gap between students and administration, and re-envision the entirety of McGill’s downtown campus. Read the full story here
Nov. 18, 2014 | The Gazette by: Stephanie Willsey First of all, I should introduce myself: I am a First Nations Canadian, of the Chippewa, or Ojibwe, community of Rama, Ont. I was raised off the reserve, but only a short drive away, and I am there often. Read the full story here.
McGill Reporter | October 14, 2014 by: McGill Reporter Staff McGill will conduct research on the concept of adopting a shared-space model that could pave the way to allow cycling on the downtown campus under certain conditions, after the senior administration accepted the recommendations put forward by a Working Group tasked with addressing the question of cycling on campus. Read the full story here
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.
LaNouvelle.net | October 17, 2014 by: Jean-Olivier Goyette This initiative for sustainable development is in collaboration with researchers and citizens who wish to express an idealistic vision for a sustainable future in Canada. Read the full story here. (French only)
Montreal Families.ca | October 2014 by: Kamila Hinkson The SEDE Homework Zone program sees McGill students helping to instill good study habits and a love for learning in younger pupils. Read the full story here
McGill Reporter | Oct. 9, 2014 by: Neale McDevitt On Oct. 2, Marie-Gil Fabris, a 2nd-year Management student, played hooky from school, but instead of sleeping in, going to a movie or just hanging out with friends, Fabris rolled up her sleeves in the kitchen of the Benedict Labre House, a resource centre for homeless people.
The McGill Daily | Oct.6, 2014 by: Jill Bachelder From September 29 to October 9, workshops and volunteering opportunities were hosted by forty different organizations based throughout the Montreal community, with the majority of events happening on October 2. Read the full story here
PARK(ing) Day turns Montreal parking lots into creative spaces The McGill Daily | Sept 29, 2014 by: Siobbhan O'Connell This year’s PARK(ing) Day took place on September 19, kicking over 200 cars out of their regular spots. Taking their place were arcade games, libraries, fruit stands, barbecues, musical acts, drum sets, and a variety of other interactive installations and activities. Read the full story here