The University of Winnipeg’s commitment to sustainability extends to food services, waste collection, built infrastructure, green energy generation, faculty research, course offerings, and community partnerships.
Thanks to Diversity Food Services, Winnipeg was once again the highest scoring Canadian campus in the food and dining category of AASHE's 2021 Sustainable Campus Index.
The Prairie Climate Centre has launched new content on their Climate Atlas of Canada, which explores some of the health risks and adaptation options facing Canadians regarding climate change and infectious diseases.
ClimateWest is a non-profit regional hub that will deliver credible climate information, data, and adaptation guidance tailored to the prairie region.
UWinnipeg professor Dr. Nora Casson co-led a new report looking at the impact of climate change on winters in the northern forest region.
Thanks to Diversity Food Services, UWinnipeg is once again the top-ranked campus in the food and dining category in AASHE's annual Sustainable Campus Index, topping 500-plus other institutions from 14 different countries.
In collaboration with the International Institute for Sustainable Development – Experimental Lakes Area, Dr. Matthew Morison will be investigating the impacts of climate change on carbon cycling in the boreal forest.
Diversity Food Services has reinvented itself amid the COVID-19 pandemic to deliver hot meals and groceries.
Diversity Food Services was named the 'Greenest Restaurant Over 10K Square Feet' by LEAF Canada at the 2020 Restaurants Canada Show.
UWinnipeg's Campus Sustainability Office hosted the 2020 Environmental Research Fair on Wednesday, February 5 at Richardson College.