Sustainability

Paul Meldrum on growing food for the future

Published: 10Mar2022

Paul Meldrum is no doubt a busy man. From establishing a dairy farm from the ground up to working as an agricultural journalist with CBC and CTV, he has been involved in both telling the stories...

Narwal tusks reveal mercury exposure related to climate change

Published: 31Mar2021

“Our research shows that climate change is having substantial impacts on Arctic ecosystems, with consequences for exposure to toxic pollutants like mercury,” says co-author Jean-Pierre Desforges, a...

Moving Towards Carbon Neutrality - Climate & Sustainability Roadshow

11Feb202112:00

Sustainability is a multifaceted concept. From the environment to the economy, everyone has a role to play in building a sustainable society for all./macdonaldCategory: Faculty of Agricultural and...

Michael Bleho honoured with 2020 Distinguished Contribution Catalyst Award

Published: 25Nov2020

As Coordinator of the Horticulture Research Centre at the Macdonald Campus Farm, Michael [Bleho] has demonstrated his commitment to sustainability through his daily interactions with students and...

Plantation d’arbres en accéléré au campus Macdonald de McGill

Published: 25Nov2020

“La plantation d’arbres sur le campus Macdonald, on en fait depuis des décennies. Mais on s’est engagé à en faire beaucoup plus au cours des prochaines cinq années dans un objectif de développement...

Macdonald Campus: Working together toward a sustainable future

Published: 25Nov2020

"I am constantly inspired and motivated by the outstanding enthusiasm we have had from within the working group and from the larger community of students and staff,” says Cynthia Kallenbach, who...

A new chapter for Environmental Studies at McGill

Published: 14Oct2020

Landmark $15-million gift commitment from McGill alumnus Marc Bieler to the School of Environment will bolster environmental scholarship, research and outreach ...

Food for Thought Public Lecture Series: Let's talk about transformative change, sustainability, and building a better world. Now.

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The annual Food for Thought Public Lecture Series is entering its 21st season of bringing timely science topics to the community: our neighbours, alumni, students, staff and facul/macdonaldCategory...

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