McGill, Bois-de-Boulogne, YorkU, Royal Roads announce sustainability initiatives

Several postsecondary institutions have announced new sustainability initiatives. McGill University and the Université de Sherbrooke celebrated the opening of a new greenhouse, which stems from the Eastern Canadian Plant Phenotyping Platform initiative. The greenhouse will support research into sustainable solutions to agricultural issues such as adaptation of production to climate change. Collège de Bois-de-Boulogne has partnered with BIXI Montreal to install a self-service electric bike station on campus in an effort to incorporate sustainable mobility solutions. York University’s YU Eats has partnered with the Humane Society International and Health Canada, signing two pledges that advance food sustainability: the Food Guide-Friendly Pledge and the Forward Food Pledge. Royal Roads University has embarked on its first Climate Risk Assessment to adapt to future climate hazards.

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