University of Calgary
UofC Navigation

Home Page Test

Submitted by woliverw on Tue, 12/22/2015 - 11:29pm


Your online portal to sustainability information at the University of Calgary.

Learn about what UCalgary is doing to lead by example and how you can get involved.

  • Award-winning geography research project gives rise to MyHEAT Inc.

    A University of Calgary geography professor has spun his award-winning research project — which maps the waste heat emissions of homes and commercial buildings — into MyHEAT Inc., a growing startup business based in Calgary. Learn more...

  • Take the PowerOFF Challenge now through March 24

    Pledge to conserve electricity on campus and at home for a chance to win one of two portable solar panel packs and one of 25 power banks from Goal Zero. Learn more and pledge

  • College for Discovery, Creativity and Innovation launches UNIV 201: Global Challenges course

    Undergrads from across disciplines engaged in high-impact learning to address a pressing: feeding nine billion people by 2050. Learn more

  • Sustainability Award nominations open until March 10

    Know a student, group, faculty member or staff member doing outstanding work to advance sustainability on campus or beyond?
    Nominate them for a UCalgary Sustainability Award

  • University of Calgary awarded top marks for sustainability

    UCalgary #2 in Canada and #12 in North America for overall sustainability performance. Read more | View our STARS submission

Join the Conversation

Institutional Sustainability Strategy

Institutional Sustainability Strategy

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

  1. Mar 24

    PowerOFF Challenge: Screening of SWITCH

    Drop-in for a showing of the documentary SWITCH as part of the PowerOFF Challenge which aims to inspire the campus community to conserve electricity on campus and at home.

  2. Apr 06

    Community Health and Well-Being

    How can our communities address issues such as inactivity, sedentary behavior, stress, anxiety, and depression, amongst many others? Healthy communities cannot exist outside of healthy ecosystems and if we feel connected to our environment we will be motivated to protect it.  However, not everyone has equal access to a healthy lifestyle. Do our communities offer walkability, good access to public transportation, recreation facilities, green spaces, community centres and gardens? How can we ensure opportunities for everyone to engage in their own well-being?