The Waterloo Climate Institute and Waterloo's North Campus Community Garden (NCCG) share a common interest in exploring the nexus between food production (and eating!) and climate action.
Current graduate students
Join the Student Climate Council and Climate Leaders from across campus for some great discussion, free snacks, and speed- friending activities! Bring your WatCard and government ID and join the fun.
Join Sarah Burch as she connects with expert delegates, Angela Carter and Chuks Okereke attending COP28 in Dubai. The virtual check-ins will highlight direct reflections on the proceedings of COP28 and the progress toward the Paris Agreement targets. Tune in to real-time virtual interviews covering the big questions on climate action.
This talk will be led by Susan Elliott, Professor of Geography and Environmental Management at the Central Library in Kitchener. This event is co-hosted by the Waterloo Climate Institute and Kitchener Public Library. Registration required.
Join Sarah Burch for an informative discussion with COP experts, Daniel Scott, Dave Sawyer, and Catherine Abreu. The virtual panel “COP28: Canada’s position in the Global Stocktake” will take place on November 15th from 1:00pm-2:30pm. RSVP to receive the link.
Join Patricia Fuller, Canada’s former Climate Change Ambassador for a presentation and engaging discussion with Sarah Burch on her perspectives on Canada’s place in the global framework to advance action on climate change.
Join Jonathan Gilligan, Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Digital Technologies and Sustainability, as they explore how to use simulation modeling and statistical analysis to better understand interactions between human behaviour and the environment. This event is co-hosted by the Waterloo Climate Institute, TRANSFORM, and the department of Geography and Environmental Management in the Faculty of Environment.
Join the Waterloo Climate Institute for the woorkshop "COP28 as a Catalyst for Climate Action: Empowering Youth for Impactful Engagement" with special guest Jenna Phillips.
Join Waterloo Climate Institute member and Knowledge Integration professor Mathieu Feagan for his talk "Confronting Climate Change" on October 26th at the Kitchener Public Library.
The Waterloo Climate Institute is partnering with the University of Waterloo's North Campus Community Garden (NCCG) to host "Community Gardening as Climate Action" on Friday October 13th from 11am-1pm. Rain or shine!