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BY MEMBERS OF THE FRQS' INTERSECTORAL STUDENT COMMITTEE | September 27 2023

By targeting certain behaviours, we can significantly reduce the environmental impact of research without compromising quality.

BY MOIRA MACDONALD | September 05 2023

How universities are overhauling operations in an effort to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

BY KERRY BANKS | September 01 2023

From high-contrast window films to reflection-blocking shades, small design details are helping prevent thousands of bird collisions every year.

BY DONALD WRIGHT | June 06 2023

Georgetown University futurist Bryan Alexander ponders higher education’s next 75 years in a climate-changed world.

BY JON BEALE | April 04 2023

The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals are being used in unexpected places and hopeful ways on campuses across the country.

BY SHARON STEIN | March 27 2023

Students, community activists, and critical scholars are calling for more justice-oriented approaches to the climate crisis. How will universities respond?

BY DAVID KENT | February 08 2023

The neuroscientist is gearing up to cover topics from open, team-based science to putting EDI to work in the field.

BY CAILYNN KLINGBEIL | November 02 2022

New funding will allow the university to develop the space and infrastructure needed for the self-sustaining energy system.

BY KATHLEEN KEVANY | October 13 2022

A ‘default veg’ position on campus food is one way that universities can respond to the climate crisis.

BY DAVID KENT | September 27 2022

The scientific community needs to talk about the sustainability implications of our research practices and start implementing approaches to minimize our professional carbon footprint.

BY SAMUEL SAUVAGEAU-AUDET | August 24 2022

Christian Messier is on a crusade to increase biodiversity in urban and natural forests.

BY PATRICIA HLUCHY | August 17 2022

In response to demand from students and industry alike, business schools are increasingly focusing on environmental and social impact.

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