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Western to install 74 new electric vehicle charging stations

Western to install 74 new electric vehicle charging stations

Seventy-four new electric vehicle (EV) charging stations will be installed across campus as part of a $1.45-million upgrade jointly funded by Western and Natural Resources Canada.  Already home to six EV chargers, Western will soon add more – includi …

Winders: Work on sustainability just getting started for university community

Winders: Work on sustainability just getting started for university community

John Robinson has been here before. As the University of British Columbia’s associate provost for sustainability, Robinson helms the most highly lauded campus in Canada when it comes to sustainability. So, perhaps better than anyone else in the country, he knows what you’re thinking right now.

Future of sustainability

Future of sustainability

Sustainability for business translates into effectively managing the triple bottom line – financial, environmental and social outcomes – whether now, or 40 years from now. Will business be more sustainable in four decades? I see both signs of hope, and indications history will repeat itself.

Western wins Ontario sustainability award

Western has been selected as a finalist for the Ontario Business Achievement Award (OBAA) in the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario (ICAO) Corporate Governance Award category by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce.

Sustainability workshop targets faculty, PhD students

Sustainability workshop targets faculty, PhD students

For Richard Ivey School of Business professor Tima Bansal, sustainability requires collaboration between academics and business. “We need to do this together,” she says. “No one individual can move the system.”

Join the conversation on campus sustainability

Join the conversation on campus sustainability

As part of Western’s Imagine 2022 initiative, you are invited to participate in a Virtual Sustainability Slam, an online brainstorming session on sustainability ideas for the Western community.

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.

Winders: Work on sustainability just getting started for university community

Winders: Work on sustainability just getting started for university community

John Robinson has been here before. As the University of British Columbia’s associate provost for sustainability, Robinson helms the most highly lauded campus in Canada when it comes to sustainability. So, perhaps better than anyone else in the country, he knows what you’re thinking right now.

Future of sustainability

Future of sustainability

Sustainability for business translates into effectively managing the triple bottom line – financial, environmental and social outcomes – whether now, or 40 years from now. Will business be more sustainable in four decades? I see both signs of hope, and indications history will repeat itself.

Western wins Ontario sustainability award

Western has been selected as a finalist for the Ontario Business Achievement Award (OBAA) in the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario (ICAO) Corporate Governance Award category by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce.

Sustainability workshop targets faculty, PhD students

Sustainability workshop targets faculty, PhD students

For Richard Ivey School of Business professor Tima Bansal, sustainability requires collaboration between academics and business. “We need to do this together,” she says. “No one individual can move the system.”

Join the conversation on campus sustainability

Join the conversation on campus sustainability

As part of Western’s Imagine 2022 initiative, you are invited to participate in a Virtual Sustainability Slam, an online brainstorming session on sustainability ideas for the Western community.

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.