Shaping our Sustainable Future

For over 40 years the Faculty of Environment has been dedicated to having a positive impact locally and globally. With interdisciplinary programs and research, our community of students, faculty, alumni, donors and staff make meaningful change happen in the classroom, the office, and in communities around the world. Our vision is to use our unique position as a leading teaching and research institute for the environment to create sustainable solutions needed to address the complex challenges facing our world.

  1. Nov. 14, 2017Environment announces 35 funded doctoral opportunities ($100,000 over four years) for domestic studentsDDI ad

    The Faculty of Environment is proud to announce the Dean's Doctoral Initiative (#DDI17) is back.

  2. Nov. 20, 2017ENV hosts special guest Chief Duncan Michano for a screening of N’ziibiimnaan – Our Riverchief duncan and granddaughter in canoe

    This past week, Environment had the pleasure of hosting Chief Duncan Michano, Chief of Biigtigong, Nishnaabeg, formerly known as Ojibways of the Pic River First Nation, located on the north shore of Lake Superior along the Pic River.

  3. Nov. 15, 2017In the media: ENV's Amelia Clarke talks about the SDGs and community planning on TVO's The Agendathe agenda in the media logo

    Ameila Clarke, an expert on environment and sustainability issues, appeared on TVO's The Agendad, with Steve Paikin. Dr. Clarke shared her perspective on the applications of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDG's).

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  1. Nov. 24, 2017Environment Seminar Series: Small towns, big industry, and the Sustainable Development Goals at the local levelenvironment seminar series poster

    Please mark your calendars for Friday, November 24, 2017 and join us for a complimentary lunch and a free lecture by some of the brightest minds in Environmental research.

  2. Nov. 29, 2017Presentations from Photography for Sustainability studentsstudents with photography equipment

    During the term, 11 students from SERS, SEED, KI and GEM explored sustainability topics in ERS 375 Photography for Sustainability. They chose a sustainability-focused topic, conducted background research, strengthened their photography and image processing skills, and developed a portfolio of photographs to communicate their ideas. Meet the students for a presentation of their photographs on November 29th.

  3. Nov. 30, 2017Velocity Fund Finalswoman speaking into microphone at velocity event

    Please join us for the Velocity Fund Finals on Thursday, November 30 at the SLC Great Hall.

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