The first ever week-long campus-wide scavenger hunt is coming to the University of Waterloo the week of March 11 to March 15.
University students, employees and staff can compete for a grand prize worth $500!
The week-long campaign gathers over 20 services, faculty, and clubs and across campus to host online and offline activities showing the amazing work that is already being done to progress sustainability and how they connect on campus.
The hunt features an exclusive viewing of the ‘Our Sustainable Future’ photography exhibition throughout the week as its first ever university viewing. The Lieutenant Governor and the Aga Khan Museum launched a photography exhibition featuring the works of secondary school students from the GTA. The event focuses on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) and is being delivered in partnership with the Aga Khan Museum and Learning for a Sustainable Future. The Lieutenant Governor will be visiting the campus to provide remarks at the Global Solutions Conference on March 16th.
As students with busy schedules, we often choose convenience over sustainability. This lifestyle can adversely impact the environment, especially in today’s changing climate.
How can we lead a sustainable lifestyle as busy students? Join us in this talk to learn the tips and tricks on how students can lead a sustainable or zero waste lifestyle for a better future!