CULTURE OF SUSTAINABILITY – SUSTAINABLE HOLIDAY SERIES PART 4 While the Culture of Sustainability program continued to remain virtual over the past year due to the pandemic, we still had the opportunity to connect and support each other through virtual events, newsletters, and social media posts. We hope that these endeavours helped those within the […]
CULTURE OF SUSTAINABILITY – SUSTAINABLE HOLIDAY SERIES PART 3 For week three of our Sustainable Holiday Series, we will be diving into the wonderful world of plant based recipes. Whether you want to try something new or are adapting an old favourite, you will find options below! Let’s get started with this week’s recipe round […]
CULTURE OF SUSTAINABILITY- SUSTAINABLE HOLIDAY SERIES PART 2 Update – Since the timing of this post, the landscape of the pandemic in the region and beyond has changed substantially. Our recommendation would be to consider a virtual event for your organization once again this year and to continue to follow the recommendation of public health […]
Waterloo, ON – Sustainable Waterloo Region is rebuilding and recovering from the impacts of COVID-19, thanks to a Resilient Communities Building Fund Grant over 12 months from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, OTF. The OTF grant helped the organization invest in the hiring of a change management specialist and program evaluator to help with virtual program […]
CULTURE OF SUSTAINABILITY- SUSTAINABLE HOLIDAY SERIES PART 1 Whether you are back in the office or still working remotely, holiday get-togethers and gift exchanges are just around the corner. Becoming more sustainably minded doesn’t mean forgoing gift giving for coworkers, friends and family. Here in Waterloo Region we have a number of local businesses that […]
This is part 1 of a part 2 series covering the Sustainability in Business 101 event. Make sure to check out the Q and A in part 2! On September 7, 2021, Sustainable Waterloo Region hosted four program members to cover the topic of Sustainability in Business: Stephanie McCallum, Kuntz Electroplating (RSI member since 2016) […]
Sustainable Waterloo Region (SWR) is pleased to announce that the Balsillie School of International Affairs (BSIA) has joined the Regional Sustainability Initiative as an Observing Organization! The BSIA is a collaborative partnership between the University of Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University, and the public policy think tank, the Centre for International Governance Innovation. The unique integration […]
Could the future of building construction be 3D printing? There are increased efforts to 3D print buildings to reduce waste in construction and use more recycled materials to create homes. With many new projects and technologies being developed focusing on 3D-printing through companies such as WASP and the Horizon Legacy Group, it is possible that […]
[November 1, 2021] Conrad Grebel University College is Sustainable Waterloo Region’s newest member of the Regional Sustainability Initiative, joining as an Observing Organization! As a member, they become connected to an extensive member network of like-minded organizations to share and learn best practices. Members in our network have invested in better understanding the impacts of […]
This past summer, Sustainable Waterloo Region was thrilled to expand its presence to the airwaves with a new podcast, Voices of Sustainability! This new podcast aims to amplify diverse voices in the sustainability movement. Throughout season 1, hosts Savonnae Street and Lauren Peng had the opportunity to speak with BIPOC community members working in Waterloo […]
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