Thurs., October 23, 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM Wed., October 29, 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
5 Days, 5 Ways
Free breakfast and coffee for anyone on a bike!
Register your workplace and/or yourself for the Commuter Challenge week, June 1 to 7.
March 29 @ 8:30PM
The City of Kingston transpass program is coming to Queen's. Sign up March 6, 7 & 11.
The purpose of this seminar series will be to explain climate change issues in lay terms. Too often researchers use complex terminology when explaining attributes of climate change, but not here!
Environmental Studies will be hosting David Hughes and Chris Turner to discuss Canada's energy future
E-waste recycling drop off
From Sep 30 to Oct 4 experience Sustainability Week: 5 Days 5 Ways
Earth Hour is the single, largest, symbolic mass participation event in the world.
GreenFest is a campus-wide celebration of sustainability on the Queen’s campus taking place from March 4 -8.
Keynote speaker: 6:00pm open to the public.
Hands-on workshop by Sodexo head chef, Colin Johnson
Check out the fountains at the following locations, fill out a ballot and you could win 1 of 10 prizes
Protecting the future of the Great Lakes is in all of our hands.
Help support our CLIMATE ACTION PLAN by participating in this year’s Earth Hour event.
Engage with us.
Ralph Nader is speaking at Queen's about "Going Green in a Corporate Climate".
Free Admission. Free Snacks. Free Refreshments.
Join the Ban Righ Centre in welcoming MP Elizabeth May.
Don't miss the 2011 EcoMentors Youth Conference in Ottawa!
Join the Ban Righ Centre in welcoming speaker Susan Belyea from Lovin' Spoonful to discuss sustainable urban living.
Join us at the Grand Unveiling of the Queen's Solar Educational Centre (QSEC)!
Jeremy Rifkin presents a vision for how smart technologies and global communication networks can come together to reconfigure power grids, decentralize energy use and provide the foundation of the Third Industrial Revolution.
Greenhouse gas pollution in Canada has grown substantially over the past two decades, and it’s projected to keep growing unless we take stronger action. Why have we seen little progress to date, and what can Canada’s governments and Canadians do to tackle global warming?
This talk will centre on the local utility company’s approach to energy and water conservation. A discussion of sustainable energy initiatives in Kingston within the Provincial and Federal regulatory and policy context will also be a part of the talk.
Cycle Kingston is sponsoring Cycling Week in Kingston from June 6 to June 10.
4th Annual Conference on Biomass at Queen's University.
The seminar will inform participants on how to set up their backyard composter.
Celebrate Earth Day throughout the week of April 18 to 22.
Take a break from studying for exams to spend a short afternoon learning the basics of bike maintenance in a fun and engaging way from an expert bike mechanic.
An event for professionals, students, local politicians, businesses, community groups and residents to join the discussion on Active Transportation in Kingston.
The City of Kingston celebrates Earth Hour with the 4th Annual Kingston Unplugged concert.
Equinox Summit: Energy 2030 Forum Applications Open
March 10 is Bottled Water Free Day.
The Robert Sutherland Visitorship Committee is pleased to announce that Dr. Robert D. Bullard is the 2011 recipient of this distinguished Visitorship and he will be on campus for various engagements from March 7th to 9th.
A Conference on Water is taking place on Queen’s Campus February 5th from 3-6 pm.
For the second time, The Co-operators is working closely with numerous academic and NGO partners to offer IMPACT! Youth Conference for Sustainability Leadership. The 3-day bilingual conference brings together students from all fields of study to work with business and academic leaders to develop and implement real sustainability solutions and to develop lasting networks.