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WWF Living Planet @ Campus Program

The WWF Living Planet @ Campus program is designed to deliver inclusive, skill-building and impactful sustainability engagement opportunities.

WWF Living Planet @ Campus

Join Living Planet @ Campus and help nature thrive

In an effort to conserve and protect the natural world both on and off campus, the WWF-Canada "Living Planet @ Campus" program encourages students, faculty and staff in the practice of sustainability and the protection of nature on campus and beyond.

We are currently in a pilot year of this program and are working to increase linkages and leverage campus resources in order to deliver inclusive, skill-building and impactful programming for campus members.

Gain knowledge, aptitudes and experience in sustainability leadership!

Become a Living Planet Leader!

The “Living Planet Leader” certification is a self-guided designation that requires a student to participate in the following sustainability activities during your time at Concordia:

  • participate in volunteering
  • take on new personal and lifestyle sustainability challenges
  • integrate sustainability into your coursework and projects
  • implement leadership and teamwork skills.

On fulfilling these criteria, you will be awarded a certificate and will be able to include the designation on your CV.

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How to get involved?

There are a number of activities and resources outlined through the WWF Living Planet @ Campus program.  

At Concordia, we are working to build frameworks that would support community participation in each of these activities. For now, we encourage you to explore them and to work together on them with your friends or in your department!

Any of them would be eligible to count towards your Living Planet Leader certification, but there are numerous other activities at Concordia that would also qualify!

Did you know?

185 new trees were planted at the Loyola Campus in November 2019

The Concordia Pollinators Initiative is a student-run group focused on ensuring the health and abundance of urban pollinators

WWF’s 2020 Living Planet Report Canada shows that at-risk species in Canada have declined by 59 percent in under 50 years

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