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Western alumni among Canada’s ‘changemakers’

Western alumni among Canada’s ‘changemakers’

Three Western alumni – Sarah Landstreet, Shadi McIsaac and Denis Nagasaki – have been named to the 2022 Globe and Mail’s Report on Business Changemakers list.   The annual award recognizes emerging innovative leaders who are changing the face of …

Driven towards sustainability

They might not make a lot of noise driving down the road, but the new fleet of electric vans is creating some buzz on campus as the latest sustainable vehicles on the lot for Physical Plant & Capital Planning Services.

Lessons to be learned on sustainability

Lessons to be learned on sustainability

Author, journalist, environmentalist and sustainability expert,
Chris Turner is sharing the lessons he learned during a year-long
investigation into global sustainable practices in “The Geography
of Hope: A Tour of the World We Need” held Wednesday, April 7 at
The University of Western Ontario.

Engineering walks the sustainability talk

Engineering walks the sustainability talk

Touted as the cornerstone of sustainable engineering, the Claudette
MacKay-Lassonde Pavilion, the first LEED (Leadership in Energy and
Environmental Design) certified building on campus, opened its
doors during Homecoming celebrations Saturday.

Sustainability embedded in new Ivey building

Sustainability embedded in new Ivey building

The Ivey family has reaffirmed its support for the business school
bearing its name – this time in the form of $8.5-million donation
towards a new $100-million home for the Richard Ivey School of
Business.

Ivey students weigh in on business sustainability

Ivey students weigh in on business sustainability

Jason Mader and Jamila Satani, undergraduate students from the
Richard Ivey School of Business at The University of Western
Ontario, have been selected to participate in a national conference
on leadership in business sustainability.

Sustainability ideas sprouting everywhere

Sustainability ideas sprouting everywhere

Like any other 39-year-old facing the prospect of 40 candles, it is
time for the Earth Day movement to reflect on what has been
accomplished and what remains to be achieved.

Driven towards sustainability

They might not make a lot of noise driving down the road, but the new fleet of electric vans is creating some buzz on campus as the latest sustainable vehicles on the lot for Physical Plant & Capital Planning Services.

Lessons to be learned on sustainability

Lessons to be learned on sustainability

Author, journalist, environmentalist and sustainability expert,
Chris Turner is sharing the lessons he learned during a year-long
investigation into global sustainable practices in “The Geography
of Hope: A Tour of the World We Need” held Wednesday, April 7 at
The University of Western Ontario.

Engineering walks the sustainability talk

Engineering walks the sustainability talk

Touted as the cornerstone of sustainable engineering, the Claudette
MacKay-Lassonde Pavilion, the first LEED (Leadership in Energy and
Environmental Design) certified building on campus, opened its
doors during Homecoming celebrations Saturday.

Sustainability embedded in new Ivey building

Sustainability embedded in new Ivey building

The Ivey family has reaffirmed its support for the business school
bearing its name – this time in the form of $8.5-million donation
towards a new $100-million home for the Richard Ivey School of
Business.

Ivey students weigh in on business sustainability

Ivey students weigh in on business sustainability

Jason Mader and Jamila Satani, undergraduate students from the
Richard Ivey School of Business at The University of Western
Ontario, have been selected to participate in a national conference
on leadership in business sustainability.

Sustainability ideas sprouting everywhere

Sustainability ideas sprouting everywhere

Like any other 39-year-old facing the prospect of 40 candles, it is
time for the Earth Day movement to reflect on what has been
accomplished and what remains to be achieved.