Lessons from a Pandemic: Solutions for Addressing the Climate Change Crisis
The 7th Annual Trottier Symposium on Sustainable Engineering, Energy and Design will focus on laying a road map to addressing the climate change crisis.
Plant your SEAD! - an introduction to sustainability courses in the Faculty of Engineering
TISED & SEAM will be hosting “Plant your SEAD! - an introduction to sustainability courses in the Faculty of Engineering.”
SEDx180S Sustainable Engineering and Design Event
Watch as graduate students deliver a 180-second virtual talk on their sustainability research to a multidisciplinary audience
SURE & Sustainability
TISED & SEAM will be hosting SURE & Sustainability information session.
COVID-19 surveillance in wastewater
Join us as our speakers will present their research findings of SARS-CoV-2 surveillance in Ottawa and Montreal wastewaters.
February 24, 2021 | 12:05 P.m.
2021 SEDTALKS Event
Watch the March 24, 2021, SEDTALKS event and celebrate the research & talent of SEDTalks! Sustainability Changemakers
Environmental and health impacts of COVID-19 related plastic waste
Plastic has helped us prevent the spread of Covid-19 but how has that affected the environment?
SED180 Student Event
Watch McGill Engineering, Architecture, and Urban Planning graduate students deliver their 180-second talks on their sustainability research
A Perspective on Climate Change and 21st Century Challenges
Hosted on April 6, 2022, | 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
An evening with Lorne Trottier
2022 SEDTALKS! Event
Hosted on March 30 2022 at 5:30 pm (EST)
The SEDTalks! event features TEDTalk-style presentations from three graduate students, our ChangeMakers, followed by a live Q&A.
2022 SED180 Presentation Event
Watch McGill Engineering, Architecture, and Urban Planning Graduate students deliver their 180-second virtual talk on their sustainability research.
TISEDTalks: "EmPOWERing Global Change with Life Cycle Assessment: A Spatiotemporal Approach"
Presented by: Dr. Sarah Jordaan
Tracking Corporate Actors Across Space and Time
Presented by Dr. Benjamin Goldstein