Below is a more comprehensive list of contacts for collaborations and multiple administrative purposes pertaining your initiative, enjoy!
Ulife Recognized Student Groups:
Centre for Global Change Science – Distinguished Lecturer Series
Department of Geography and Program in Planning (UTSG)
Double-Sided Printing Initiative
Environment and Sustainability at U of T
Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering – Institute for Sustainable Energy (UTSG)
Faculty of Forestry (UTSG)
Green U of T
John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design – Building, Ecology, Science and Technology (B.E.S.T.) Lectures – (UTSG)
Physical & Environmental Sciences (UTSC)
Programs in Environment (UTM)
School of the Environment (UTSG)
School of the Environment – Seminar Series (UTSG)
Facilities, Services, and Administration:
Environmental Affairs Office (UTM)
Environmental Health and Safety
Facilities and Services
Food Services (UTSG)
Recycling and Waste management
Sustainability Office (UTSC)
Sustainability Office (UTSG)
U of T Swap Shop (UTSG)
Green Society Campaign
A non-profit media group that focuses on producing content for environmental organizations.
The Green Majority
An environmental news radio program produced out of CIUT at Hart House.
Canadian Association for the Study of International Development (CASID)
A membership-based bilingual organization that hosts an annual conference and publishes The Canadian Journal of Development Studies.
Conservation Council of Ontario (CCO)
Information on organizations, people, and businesses dedicated to conservation.
Opportunities for hands on environmental research.
Emerging Green Builders’ Committee (EGB)
A committee of the Toronto Chapter of Canada Green Building Council, made up of students and young professionals dedicated to sustainable buidlings.
Evergreen Brick Works
A brick-factory-turned-conservation-area located along the Lower Don River in Toronto.
Monthly, informal gatherings where environmentally-minded professionals network with each other.
Halton Environmental Network
Institute for Conservation Leadership
Works with groups, coalitions, organizations and to help them network and lead more effectively.
Live Green Toronto
An organization that runs green events and initiatives across city. Sign up for their FREE membership card to save on green purchases around Toronto!
Marketing and communications support for NGO’s, such as “10 Mistakes Nonprofit Organizations Make When Creating Communication Materials”.
Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG)
A volunteer-driven group at U of T that conducts research on issues related to the environment and social justice.
Peel Environmental Youth Alliance (PEYA)
A network of several hundred students in the Peel region who are passionate about the environment and focus on making positive changes in local schools.
Really Really Free Market
Held once a month at Campbell Park in Toronto’s West end. Everything from clothes to kitchen gadgets, free for the taking!
Science for Peace (SfP)
A Canadian organization of scholars and professionals from various disciplines that conducts research and holds free public lectures and panel discussions.
Wait, don’t throw it out yet! Check out this website for endless ideas on reusing almost anything!
A platform for freecycling – find free stuff and give away your unwanted items instead of trashing them!
Local chapter of the international environmental group that is taking action against climate change.
Toronto Farmers’ Market Network (TFMN)
Find out more about the numerous farmers’ markets that run across Toronto.
Water Environment Association of Ontario (WEAO)
A network for those in the water environment industry, with student chapters at some institutions.
World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF)
Spend anywhere from a few weeks to a year volunteering on an organic farm!
A brand new site launched by a U of T Geography prof to help students learn more about opportunities and careers in the water sector.