This event is a cross-disciplinary touchstone opportunity for people of all areas of research and study. Sustainability can mean a multitude of things—strategies for preserving and better utilizing natural resources to work with our environment. It can also mean as economic policies that keep projects and resources going for years to come. The world of social sustainability is more and more heavily discussed in our communities, as we try to forge new ways to keep people happy, engaged, and connected.
In this event, students and researchers across faculties can come together to discuss a wide variety of questions related to this topic.
How is sustainability discussed in your faculty?
What solutions can your area of study bring to our current climate crisis?
Which sustainable initiatives exist in your field of study—at Concordia, and beyond?
What kind of sustainability initiatives do you imagine stemming from your department?
What sustainability related initiatives do you want to learn more about from your faculty?
When: Tuesday, March 12th, 2pm to 4pm
Where: EV 5.777 (Concordia Art Hives)
This event is happening as a part of Sustain’Alive, a weeklong event series centred on activism, society, and the planet.
Montreal, traditional name Tiohtià:ke is located on unceeded Indigenous territory. It has historically been a meeting place for many nations, with the Kanien’kehá:ka as the stewards. We encourage you to reflect on your current and historical relationship to this land.