Sustainable Concordia is hosting a series of open-forum discussions about how to create a more sustainable community. This series is called SustainabiliTEA: teasing out complexities in sustainability.

In Winter 2017, these events are occurring at locations around Concordia campuses, on Thursdays from 3-5pm. Each SustainabiliTEA is hosted in collaboration with different individuals and community groups to address an issue or area in sustainability, and a moderator will encourage discussion among the community members attending.

Connect with others attending the discussions and workshops on our facebook event page.

schedule sustainabliteas
February 9

CYCLING IN THE CITY : CSU Lounge, H-Building, 7th floor

What are the challenges and advantages of cycling in Montreal?

February 16

RETHINKING WASTE AND NAVIGATING A CULTURE OF CONSUMPTION : Floating Box MB 2.130

What actions can be taken to actively challenge our patterns of consumption and waste?

March 2

FEEDING THE FOOD MOVEMENT : Loyola Hive

How do our choices impact the food system and effect the environment?

March 9

REUSE AND UPCYCLING : EV Junction, EV 2.789

What is the importance of refocusing on reuse instead of relying on recycling systems?

March 22 *Wednesday

ASSET MAPPING FOOD GROUPS : Centre for Teaching and Learning FB 620

How have groups on campus organizing to change the food system grown, supported each other and interacted?

March 30

FAITH, SPIRITUALITY, ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND ACTIVISM : EV Junction, EV 2.789

How do core values sustain the work of individuals and communities?