Environment

Blue dots for a green planet

The AMS Commission of the Environment and Sustainability (CES) has led a nation-wide campus challenge to recognize Canadians’ right to a “healthy environment”.Continue...

QJ Politics: Canada-China deal

On Oct. 1, Prime Minister Stephen Harper signed a Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (FIPA) with China. It allows businesses in both countries to invest with more ease within...Continue...

KingstonFest focuses on sustainability

It was a cold and rainy Saturday morning, but that didn’t deter the crowds from attending the first KingstonFest on Oct. 4.

Run by Sustainable Kingston, the event focused on...Continue...

Third annual Sustainability Week looks to make sustainability personal

The third annual Sustainability Week kicked off on campus on Monday and will play host to 14 events by the week’s end.Continue...

Campus waste stations to launch

After years of a scattered disposal system, 15 new strategically-placed waste stations will make their debut on campus - some of which will include the school’s first organic waste bins.Continue...

Barlow promotes Blue Future

International best-selling author Maude Barlow spoke to a full crowd on Wednesday night to promote her most recent book, which highlights solutions to the global water crisis.Continue...

Sustainability Week seeks more students

Despite a strong message, organizers of this year’s Sustainability Week said they would have liked to see a stronger turn out.Continue...

Planting seeks to promote partnerships

Amidst a surge of red, yellow and blue, the AMS Commission of Environment and Sustainability (CES) is looking to add some green to this year’s
Homecoming festivities.Continue...

Sustainability Week seeks student relevance

With Sustainability Week set to launch on Queen’s campus on Sept. 30, organizers want students to know that environmentalism is much more relevant than they think.Continue...

QJPolitics: Demanding attention

Devastating changes to the global climate are imminent. As if this weren’t enough, humanity also faces the prospect of a crippling water crisis. These issues demand attention from those...Continue...

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