Waterloo Jumps on Board with Sustainable Youth Canada

Amy Zi Xuan Liou introduces the Waterloo chapter of Sustainable Youth Canada! We’re on a roll. Canadian youth today are stepping up to voice their opinions, catalyze change and act as pilots for a better,…

A Synthetic Feast Without Any Beast

Faye Alexander discusses the first lab-grown hamburger. Click here for the original article from the Capilano Courier There is a large disconnect between the meat we purchase at the grocery store and the process it…

Greening the Balconies and Backyards of Montréal

Emilie Wilson interviews David Symon from Installation Vivante about urban gardens and starting a company as a student. Finding a job straight out of University is often a major source of stress for students, but…

Saskatchewan Professor Unearths Potential Key to Oil Sands Land Reclamation

A University of Saskatchewan professor is researching a process which could change the way strip mining sites in Alberta’s oil sands are reclaimed. Susan Kaminskyj, a professor in the Department of Biology, has found a…

Why Hire a Sustainability Graduate?

As highlighted in the Network for Business Sustainability article Why Hire a Sustainability Graduate?, a sustainability graduate’s competencies include the ability to think ethically, systematically, long-term, strategically and collaboratively. Again, although these terms seem broad and carry…

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