sustainability News Archive
Asper School of Business
Asper professor of business sustainability receives prestigious UM award for excellence in teaching
May 17, 2023 —
Bruno Dyck [BComm(Hons)/84], Norman Frolich Professor in Business Sustainability at the Asper School of Business, is the 2023 recipient of the prestigious Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Saunderson Award for Excellence in Teaching.
UM’s Climate Action Plan will get us to net zero
April 25, 2023 —
We’re acting now to make the changes needed
Help create a better planet
April 12, 2023 —
Sustainability engagement and opportunities on UM campuses
Get UM winter-active
January 24, 2023 —
Free cross-country skiing, fat-tire biking, snow-shoeing and winter walks for Jack Frost Challenge
Sustainability Month returns this October
September 23, 2022 —
Celebrate a sustainable future by participating in a variety of green events and activities throughout the month of October.
The Last Drop: Water Researchers Speaker Series
September 13, 2022 —
If you have an interest in water sustainability issues including drinking water and sanitation, water governance, and international climate issues, this speaker series is for you! Starting September 19th, the UM UNAI Hub will be hosting six virtual presentations from various UM researchers.
Campus accessibility for you
June 10, 2022 —
Survey seeks your feedback on UM tunnel wayfinding signage
The New York Times Magazine: This Eminent Scientist Says Climate Activists Need to Get Real
April 26, 2022 —
Vaclav shares his beliefs on decarbonization, climate change goals, consumer consumption and the realities of transitioning to sustainable solutions
Earth Day 2022: A message from President Michael Benarroch
April 18, 2022 —
'A day to raise awareness of environmental concerns and the need to change the way we think about climate―and not just weather extremes, but the political and business climate as well'
UM committee tackling responsible investment opportunities
January 18, 2022 —
Did you know the University of Manitoba is a signatory of the Investing to Address Climate Change: A Charter for Canadian Universities?