Office of Sustainability News Archive
February 5, 2018 —
Join us Feb. 11 – 17, for a week of outdoor activities at the University of Manitoba
February 2, 2018 —
You have one week left to fill out the Campus Commute survey for a chance to win great prizes! Up for grabs are an iPad Mini 4 ($620 value); $500 grocery store gift certificate; or a bike ($600 value). Don’t miss your chance, fill out the survey before it is too late.
January 29, 2018 —
Curious about winter cycling? Try it out on Friday, Feb. 9! UMCycle and the Office of Sustainability will be hosting pit stops
January 22, 2018 —
Take the 2018 Campus Commute survey
January 11, 2018 —
Sustainability Night is an evening of innovative ideas and stories on how we can reduce our impact on the planet and make our day-to-day actions and systems more sustainable. A call for presenters is on now and we need your passion and desire for change to make the event a success!
January 5, 2018 —
Moving into a new year is always a bit challenging. We start off strong with promises like Dry January, hitting the gym 4 days a week and eating healthier. Some of these promises and resolutions stick, but for the majority of us, they fade off into the distance as we settle in to the winter semester. Instead of thinking about large scale resolutions, try focusing on smaller achievable tasks which will benefit your wellbeing, your wallet and the planet.
December 20, 2017 —
A look back at a few of the noteworthy stories from the year, spanning scientific discoveries, sustainability and inclusiveness
December 7, 2017 —
This holiday season, the Office of Sustainability challenges you to think outside the gift box when planning events and giving gifts
November 24, 2017 —
Round two of public feedback on the Pedestrian and Cycling Plan is open. If you are interested in seeing what the future holds for pedestrians and cyclists on the Fort Garry campus, then attend the open house and let us know what you think!
November 22, 2017 —
When was the last time you went shopping? Was it for something essential, like groceries, or something that could be considered a luxury? If you’re the average consumer, it likely wasn’t that long ago. How about the last time you went an entire day without buying anything, can you remember? In today’s modern society it’s very common for shopping to be pursued as a leisure activity, a way to take one’s mind off the big picture and relax for awhile.