Join us May 27 & 28 in Antigonish for the spring meeting of the Atlantic Sustainability Network. Contact email@example.com for meeting details. See you at St. FX! Advertisements
Join us at Acadia University for the fall meeting of the Atlantic Universities and Colleges Sustainability Network. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A new Bike Centre at Dalhousie University promotes cycling as an alternative mode of transportation and as a form of recreation.
The Environmental Noxiousness, Racial Inequities & Community Health Project (Dr. Ingrid Waldron, School of Nursing, Dalhousie University) and the Halifax Central Library would like to invite you to“Connecting the Dots: Confronting Environmental Racism in Nova Scotia”. This free event will take place at the Halifax Central Library (Paul O’Regan Hall) on Tuesday, July 28 from … Continue reading
The Town of Bridgewater is offering a ‘Growing Green Festival’ from August 21-23. The festival includes a number of exciting, sustainability-related events including a local food-fest, a film festival, a street fair, a bus tour, and a skills workshop! Check out their website for more event details! http://www.bridgewater.ca/growinggreenfest
Meeting Agenda: 2014-10-20 AUCSN Agenda
The conference is designed for municipalities, academia, schools and hospitals (MASH sector) in order to accelerate learning about the importance of sustainable purchasing choices. The conference will provide tools and information to help reduce environmental impacts, electricity consumption, and will highlight how to include sustainability in procurement Conference Date: Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012 – 8:30 … Continue reading
The annual fall network meeting is planned on October 4, 2012 at Dalhousie University. Members should contact Helen Harris, ISI for meeting and accomodation details: P: (902) 453-2470 E: email@example.com.
Congratulations to UPEI for receiving the 2012 Sustainability Award for small colleges and universities from APPA. The Sustainability Award was created to recognize the current level of achievement and effort of a facilities management department and integration with the academic curriculum of the institution. Read more http://www.appa.org/
Congratulations to Mount Allison University and all Atlantic residences who reduced their energy consumption during the 2012 competition. Here is the Top ten for this year: Hunton House, Mount A -27.0% Dunn, UNBSJ -17.8% Bermuda House, Mount A -16.2% War Memorial House, Acadia -15.9% Carriage House, Mount A -13.8% Cuthbertson, Mount A -12.8% Roy Jodrey … Continue reading