AASHE is currently accepting submissions for student research on campus sustainability.
Queen's Principal Daniel Woolf announced his intention to sign a made-in-Canada sustainability pledge.
Queen’s signs Ontario universities’ sustainability pledge.
The Fudan-Queen’s Centre for Environment and Sustainability Research opened this month at Fudan University in Shanghai, China.
Colossal composters on campus put Queen’s ahead on the sustainability curve.
The Office of the University Registrar takes strides to green their office.
The third annual national student eco-challenge is on!
Unlike other types of composting, worm decomposition is fast, odorless and can occur year-round.
Orientation week seeks to reduce bottled water use and promotes reusable bottles and tap water.
Organic waste collection is expanding on campus to include most food service venues.
Civil Engineering graduate student Bryson Robertson assesses ocean pollution as a member of the OceanGybe research project.
Cassandra Eberhardt, a graduate student in Sociology at Queen’s, has been selected to attend a national conference on leadership in sustainability.
Principal Tom Williams has announced the opening of a new centre which will enhance Queen’s reputation for leading-edge energy and power electronics research and innovation.
Solar hot water technology developed at Queen’s University will soon be powering a new green pilot project by Enbridge Gas Distribution Inc., Bullfrog Power Inc., EnerWorks Inc. and the Government of Canada.
One Million Acts of Green ending July 2009, but don't let the momentum slow.
If you are between 19-25 and attending a Canadian university or college in any discipline, apply now. Conference is September 27-29, 2009.
It’s not about overhauling your life; it’s about one act from each individual amassing to a million. It can be as simple as switching to compact fluorescent lightbulbs, starting a recycling program, or walking to work. You can do one act – or you can do all one million! It’s up to you