Tuesday, April 2, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Be an agent of change to make Queen’s a more sustainable campus.
This learning session provide staff and faculty with an overview of sustainability initiatives at Queen’s, and highlight opportunities to get involved in creating a culture of sustainability on campus and beyond. Participants have the option of joining a growing community of practice focused on fostering engagement, raising awareness and inspiring action on topics such as energy conservation, waste reduction and alternative transportation.
Each session includes a case study, and a combination of three of the following elements:
An overview of the projects and initiatives led by the Queen’s Sustainability Office
A guest speaker (e.g., Hospitality Services, Strategic Procurement Services)
A green campus tour, highlighting energy conservation initiatives and innovative infrastructure at Queen’s
A round-table discussion with an Elder from the Office of Indigenous Initiatives to explore sustainability concepts through an Indigenous worldview
Mackintosh-Corry Hall, B176 Seminar Room
68 University Avenue
Kingston, On K7L 3N6
Once you're in the building, take the stairs or elevator across from the cafeteria down to the basement and you will see the Faculty and Staff Learning Facilities straight in front of you.
Registration open through 2019/4/1 9:00 AM EST