What happens when you give bright and engaged students real-world sustainability problems to solve?
UBC Sustainability and Greenest City Scholars are helping to make real change in the world. Join us on September 27 to learn more about what our local governments and institutions are doing to future-proof our people, our cities, and our urban spaces.
You will enjoy an afternoon of engaged discussion on a diverse range of applied sustainability projects produced by UBC graduate students in collaboration with community partners including the City of Vancouver, Metro Vancouver, BC Hydro, and UBC departments.
Scholars will present their projects in concurrent themed panel sessions throughout the afternoon. Panels will be moderated by experts from UBC and Sustainability Scholars Program partners.
Time and date: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm, September 27, 2018
Location: Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability
“Driving energy conservation and carbon reduction on a community scale: Building partnerships to make great things happen” by Robyn Wark, Sustainable Communities Program, BC Hydro
Waste Stream | Urban Landscape: Climate Resilience | Zero Waste / Recycling | Green Buildings: Policy Landscape| Doing It Better & Smarter: Innovation | Green Buildings | Climate & Energy | Green Operations & Infrastructure | Mobility: EVs, Infrastructure, Transit Investment | Better World: Policy & Inclusivity | Better World: People & Spaces | Social Sustainability: Food
When: Wednesday, September 27, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Where: UBC Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability (CIRS), 2260 West Mall, UBC
Registration: Free to all. Registration closes September 25.