Sustainability

A critical look into Queen’s dining

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, communities have pushed local food sourcing and systems in anticipation for any affairs that may cause another food shortage.Continue...

Club runs clothing drive on campus

Queen’s for Sustainable Fashion (QFSF) is hosting clothing swaps at the ARC and events designed to promote fashion sustainability.Continue...

Commerce professor unearths Queen’s sustainability

Sustainability Professor in the Smith School of Business Steven Moore wants Queen’s to be a moral and sustainable leader through their actions and investments. Moore sat down with The Journal to discuss sustainability on campus.Continue...

Apiary makes its way to Queen’s

The next time you’re near Richardson Stadium, you might notice a buzz of activity.Continue...

Cold beverage consultative group conducting campus-wide survey

In February, Queen’s Hospitality Services announced the formation of a cold beverage consultative group. The group is currently conducting a survey open to students, staff, and faculty.Continue...

ASUS launches textbook service

ASUS launched its new textbook service in January. The service allows students to sell and drop off secondhand textbooks, with ASUS working as a “consignment” by taking five per cent of textbook sales commissions to cover transactional fees.Continue...

Queen’s clubs take part in Sustainability Month

October marks the beginning of AMS Sustainability Month. This year, the student society has split the month into three different themes: agriculture, fashion sustainability, and waste management.Continue...

University pledges to sustainably sourced seafood

With the goal to combat global overfishing, a leading issue in the climate crisis, Queen’s Housing and Ancillary Services entered into a contract with Aramark Canada last summer for food services on campus.Continue...

Student Life Centre hosts panel discussion on solidarity in climate crisis activism

When four youth panellists joined together on Wednesday for a discussion about the climate crisis, they brought attention to how it intersects with lived experiences and social injustices.Continue...

QBACC initiative encourages students to have a more “Sustainable Semester”

Queen’s Backing Action on Climate Change (QBACC) is running an initiative encouraging students to adopt more sustainable practices.Continue...

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