Staff at the Tea Room recently celebrated a major milestone: the café is now 100 per cent consumer-waste free.
Queen's University's solar project partners are seeking two student intern positions for CAD work related to upcoming projects.
A unique sustainable design competition for three-dimensional (3-D) printers established at Queen’s last year is now open to all.
Queen’s is currently negotiating a contract with a consulting firm that will assist the university in its development of a Climate Action Plan (CAP).
The Ban Righ Centre is feeling green, thanks to a new composting program for organic waste.
The newest truck in the university’s fleet is green – not in colour, but in terms of its sustainable features.
All of the 1.1 million coffee cups and 13 metric tonnes of polystyrene materials disposed of annually on campus can now be recycled.
Student-designed sustainable home comes to campus.
Queen’s is testing and evaluating an electric vehicle during the summer months.
University submits solar panel project applications.
Queen’s green chemistry discovery fuels new plastics recycling company.
Students' home design wins award.
Audit results inform future waste diversion initiatives.
Members of Queen's Development and Peace created a water bottle display at the Queen's Centre April 20.
Go Beyond the Hour!
Members of the Queen’s community are officially invited to a paper purge party from now until April 1.
Students from the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) recently conducted a water taste test.
Educating people about what is recyclable and how to dispose of recyclable materials properly is one of the biggest challenges large institutions like Queen's face when it comes to recycling.
Queen’s campus emissions dropped from to 61,190 tonnes of CO2e in 2008 to 55,658 tonnes in 2009.
The AMS Sustainability Action Fund (SAF) is a new initiative to create a grant-making fund for sustainability-focused undergraduate student initiatives.
The nomination deadline is Saturday, Feb. 19.
Queen's is gearing up to take part in Recyclemania.
AMS Sustainability Office announces a new volunteer opportunity.
Removing trays from cafeterias has been shown to reduce food waste, conserve water and energy, offer health benefits and provide a better quality dining experience.