Sustainability at McGill involves recognizing the interdependence and complexity of systems across the three dimensions of sustainability—social, economic, and environmental.
And we know that sustainable living is important to our students. Here are some of key features of sustainability at McGill to get you better acquainted with green and equitable life while you study.
Have a green thumb (or want to learn how)? Urban agriculture might be just the thing you're looking for! With McGill's network of campus spaces, there are plenty of ways to get involved growing plants on campus.
Self-Guided Sustainability Tour
Want to see sustainability in action at McGill? Why not take a self-guided sustainability tour? With tours on both the downtown and Macdonald campuses, there's plenty to discover about the projects, sites, and commitments McGill has made to sustainable living and learning.
Student Sustainability Groups
If you prefer to get involved and meet fellow sustainability-minded students, why not connect with one of McGill's many student community groups?