Advancing the SDGs in Canada

SDSN Canada is part of a global SDSN movement to build a network of universities, colleges, research centers, and knowledge institutions to promote practical solutions for sustainable development.

With over 1,100 participating institutions worldwide, SDSN members work together to support action-oriented research to address some of the world’s most pressing problems, including the implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris Climate Agreement.

  1. Feb. 21, 2020Our Spring Update
    SDG meeting at Laval University

    The SDSN Canada Spring Update is available now, featuring:

    • The Together l Ensemble 2020 Conference, co-hosted with Waterloo Global Science Initiatives (WGSI)
    • Partnership with Dr. Mark Jaccard to create net-zero emissions scenarios for Canada
    • Our new SDG Coordinators leading SDG action on member campuses across Canada

    And more opportunities, event ideas and updates on the SDGs in Canada!

  2. Feb. 17, 2020Together | Ensemble 2020
    Together | Ensemble 2020 Logo

    SDSN Canada is pleased to announce a new collaboration to co-host Together|Ensemble, Canada’s national conference devoted to tracking progress on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Together|Ensemble is an all-of-society approach to addressing Canada’s toughest sustainable development challenges, bringing people together from different generations, geographies and lived experiences representing the private sector, academia, government, and civil society.

  3. Jan. 28, 2020Creating Net-Zero Emissions Scenarios for Canada
    Renewable Energy Wind Power

    SDSN Canada is pleased to announce a partnership with Dr. Mark Jaccard, professor of sustainable energy in the School of Resource and Environmental Management from Simon Fraser University, to begin the development of scenario planning towards net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Canada by 2050.

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