This year the university will be participating in the Commuter Challenge which runs June 5 through 11. The challenge is intended to promote sustainable and active commuting across Canada. To learn more and register, visit the University of Calgary Commuter Challenge page.
On June 4, three bike racks around TFDL and MacEwan Hall will be replaced. This is the first phase of a campus-wide bike rack overhaul project. The goal of this project is to promote cycling on campus by upgrading and expanding the bike racks available for use. Existing bikes will need to be moved. See the map and learn details.
The annual University of Calgary Sustainability Awards recognize and celebrate the outstanding contributions and cooperative efforts of students, faculty and staff in advancing our institutional commitment to excellence and leadership in sustainability. This years awards were presented by President Elizabeth Cannon on Tuesday March 29, 2016. Learn More
Join the university in its commitment to sustainability by taking the Sustainability Pledge. Commit to broadening your understanding of sustainability and to use this knowledge to take more sustainably minded actions on campus, at home, and in the local and global communities you engage with.
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The University of Calgary on Feb. 24 launched the institutional sustainability strategy — a commitment to excellence in sustainability practices through vibrant learning and research experiences, community engagement, and leadership in campus operations.
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The University of Calgary aims to become a Canadian post-secondary education leader in sustainability, in our academic and engagement programs, administration and operational practices, and through supporting community and industry. Learn more and pledge your commitment to sustainability.