Our Founding Partners
Our founding partners provided ideas, feedback and expertise in the development of the Living Planet @ Campus program. We are grateful for their ongoing commitment to expand and improve the program for student success.
Algonquin Centre for Sustainability in Energy, Economics and Socio-Environmental Systems (AC-SEES), Algonquin College
The centre will bring together academia, industry, government and community groups to work collectively on solving global challenges in the areas of socio-environmental, energy and sustainability.
Facilities and Services
Centennial College is committed to embedding sustainability into our strategic goals; and continue to grow a culture of sustainability within our college community to be reflected in all facets of our institution, including infrastructure, operations, programming, research and community development.
Office of Sustainability, Fleming College
Our friendly staff have extensive practical experience in implementing sustainability in academic institutions, businesses, governments and community organizations, from the local to the international level. They are excited to be a part of the sustainability movement here at Fleming College.
Office of Sustainability, Niagara College
Niagara College is committed to driving a horizontally and vertically integrated culture of sustainability that goes beyond operations to create living laboratories that facilitate experiential learning for students, employees, and community members
Facilities Management, Custodial Services
Sustainability at Seneca is championed by the Sustainable Seneca Committee which is a cross-college stakeholder group whose role is to help promote and embed sustainability in the Seneca culture, in the way the College conducts its business, and the values and learnings that impart on Seneca's students.
Sustainability Office, University of Waterloo
The University of Waterloo's Sustainability Office seeks to expand teaching and research related to sustainability, operate the campus sustainably and reduce our environmental footprint, and engage the campus community to embed sustainability into campus culture.
Sustainability is a universal phenomenon of economic, ecological, and social importance and Laurier's Sustainability Office is committed to environmental awareness and action on campus and beyond.