A new, 12-week pilot project has seen the conversion of the former computer store location on the Mezzanine of the Henry F. Hall Building into a resource centre for the university’s varied sustainability efforts.
The pilot project is spearheaded by the Office of the Vice-President of Services to provide a central location for sustainability ideas and a place where interdisciplinary connections could be made.
Room H-224 will become a hub of activity that can be booked by campus groups for events, meetings and workshops provided there is a sustainability component.
Holding an event on sustainability? Do you want to share your research with like-minded individuals? Beginning Wednesday, September 10, drop in to see what it’s all about and meet the team behind it. There'll be:
a City Farm School Market Stand
a Concordia Greenhouse house plant sale
a Sustainable technology demonstration by District 3
a Sustainable art exhibition curated by the David O’Brien Centre for Sustainable Enterprise
Find more information on the Green Space web page, including details on making your own submission.