Humber launches Project SWITCH


Humber College has launched an infrastructure project to address its heating and cooling systems. Project SWITCH focuses on decreasing carbon dioxide emissions at Humber’s North Campus by switching to a modern hot water system that uses electricity. SWITCH will also act as a Living Lab for students and provide them with work-integrated learning opportunities. “SWITCH will reduce our carbon footprint while providing unique real-world learning opportunities for students to become future leaders and champion a more sustainable tomorrow,” said Humber President Ann Marie Vaughan. “We hope to inspire our community by showing the world what is possible when we prioritize sustainability.”