Ontario universities’ seventh annual Going Greener report highlights progress made by campus communities toward environmental sustainability. Based on a survey of Ontario universities, this report ...

Going Greener Report 2015

Published: November 29, 2016

Ontario universities’ seventh annual Going Greener report highlights progress made by campus communities toward environmental sustainability. Based on a survey of Ontario universities, this report features initiatives from 2014-15 and progress made since 2009. These important improvements include fighting climate change, building greener communities, increasing food sustainability, and so much more to help create a more sustainable future for us all.

We have a responsibility to take decisive action on climate change. — Meric Gertler President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Toronto

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