The Sustainability Office is involved with the following community service-learning opportunities:
PS332 – Environment, Psychology, and Action
Students from Environment, Psychology and Action will have the opportunity to develop energy action plans based on areas within sustainability
GG102 – Introduction to Human Geography
Students of Human Geography complete action plans in a variety of different areas of sustainability, as well as energy consumption analysis
SY280 - Research Methods 1
Students of Research Methods examine the communication channels of how students receive information in the area of sustainability
ES 296 Intro to Sustainability
Considers and integrates issues related to environmental resilience, community well-being and economic prosperity. Topics explored may include governance, land use, alternative energy, urban systems and technology through a sustainability lens.
ES 496 Theory and Practice of Sustainability
Examines the challenges of studying, assessing and measuring, planning and achieving sustainability through the theory and application of sustainability concepts.
UU101 Perspectives on Sustainability
provides an interdisciplinary introduction to the topic of
sustainability and is designed to be accessible and career relevant for students
from all faculties. The focus is on understanding the challenges of
sustainability with respect to different spheres (e.g. ecological,
economic, socio-cultural) and at different scales from personal to
global. Guest lecturers will explore sustainability from a variety of
perspectives and students will develop their own plans of action to
address concrete sustainability issues.