New Office Location
The Office of Sustainability has moved! You can now find us in KTH B110.
For directions please refer to the campus accessibility map: http://www.mcmaster.ca/uts/maps/
Mac Green for Grasslands
McMaster students want to raise $25,000 to protect environmentally significant grasslands located north of campus between Cootes Paradise and the Niagara Escarpment. We need your help to raise the money!
Your donations will:
- Acquire key natural lands in west Hamilton to help create an urban ecopark stretching from the Niagara Escarpment to Cootes Paradise and Hamilton Harbour
- Protect green space for over 1,500 species of birds, trees, plants and wildlife and 1.4 million future Hamiltonians
For more information, please contact Wayne Terryberry at firstname.lastname@example.org
To donate please click here.
Each October, the Office of Sustainability releases the McMaster Sustainability Annual Report to highlight the achievements and commitments made by the University to develop a culture of sustainability at McMaster.
Click here to read the report.
Bike Month 2013 will be taking place this year in June. Ride your bike on Monday May 27 for Bike to Work Day and celebrate Bike Month until the end of June.
Find out more about upcoming cycling events happening in Hamilton here.
The Sustainable Future Project (SFP) aims to build reciprocal relationships between students, community members, and McMaster University, and engage all parties in the journey towards a sustainable future.
Founded in 2012, the first major initiative of the program is the development of the Undergraduate Course: SUSTAIN 2A03: The Sustainable Future Project, which aims to create more knowledgeable and more effective change agents.
What would you do with 32 extra minutes each day?
Residents of the greater Toronto and Hamilton area are asked to visit your32.com/mcmaster to share what they would do with 32 extra minutes each day. That number refers to the time the average commuter will save if the regional transportation plan, The Big Move, is funded and realized over the next 25 years.
Want to help spread the word? Check out the campaign toolkit. For more information, please contact Mary Koziol.