Launching Sustainability Month!
The month of March is Carleton’s annual celebration of sustainability awareness. Carleton University and CUSA will be hosting events throughout March that aim to inspire and create a culture of sustainability on campus. Check out our month-long events below or on our website here.
Tuesday, March 10
CU Cinema Event: "How to Let Go of the World and Love All of the Things that Climate Can’t Change (2016)"
9PM | 2200 Richcraft Hall

Wednesday, March 11
Zero Waste Workshop Presented by Monique from Labelle Eco Life
6-7 PM | 180 University Centre
7-9 PM | Enerbeers at Ollies

Friday, March 13
Sustainability Fair
11:30 AM – 3 PM | UC Atrium

Engineers without Borders Presents Wine & Cheese Night: Sustainable Development through Education 
6:30-10 PM | 499 Preston St.

Wednesday, March 18
Climate Activism Workshop Presented by Alison Gu from Climate Justice Ottawa
6-7 PM | UC 180
7-9 PM | Enerbeers at Mike's Place

Thursday, March 19
Climate Change De-Stress Paint Night 
7 PM | Fenn Lounge 

Friday, March 20
Carleton Climate Commons Research Showcase
10 AM - 4 PM | Dunton Tower 2017

Monday, March 23
PlantEd Project Cooking Workshop
6:30 - 9:30 PM | 103 4th Avenue

PlantEd Project will be hosting a cooking workshop that includes a 3-course meal:
Crispy Shallot Spring Rolls with Seared Tofu, Rainbow Pad Thai, and Pumpkin Scones with Maple Glaze
Get tickets here!

Wednesday, March 25
How to Pitch 101 x Hatch 
6-9 PM | Enerbeers at Ollie's 

Friday, March 27
ESSA Presents: Zero Waste & Sustainability Workshop
6-7:30 PM | PA 129

Carleton Dining Presents Community-Based Food Systems Day
11 AM – 1 PM | Food Court, University Centre

Saturday, March 28
Innovation Jam
11am-4pm | 270/272 Residence Commons

Bring your sustainability ideas at Innovation Jam


Want to make Carleton's campus more sustainable? This is your opportunity to work with Sustainability Carleton and other campus partners to make your idea into a reality!

Student Energy Carleton and Sustainability Carleton invite you to bring your creative sustainable ideas on how to improve our campus to Innovation Jam 2020 for a chance to win up to $1000. With the second most sustainable campus in Canada, help lead Carleton into first place for 2020! 

Tackle Carleton University’s sustainability challenges:
Waste Management, Sustainable Communities (Housing), Green Infrastructure, Sustainable Commuting, Energy Reduction, & Sustainability Innovation.

Find more information visit here. 

Event details:

Sat, 28 March 2020 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Residence Commons, Conference Room 270 & 272

March Textbook Drive
Do you have any textbooks collecting dust? If they have been published in the last 15 years, you can donate your used textbooks in the Textbooks for Change bins. Textbooks for Change will donate your textbooks to partner campuses, resell them at affordable prices, or recycle any out-of-date, damaged, or unusable textbooks.
Donate your textbooks at any of the following locations:
  • Paterson Hall, 1st Floor (Temporary Box for the month of March)
  • Loeb Building, 2nd Floor (Temporary Box for the month of March)
  • Residence Commons, 2nd Floor
  • University Centre, 4th Floor
  • MacOdrum Library, 2nd & 5th Floor
  • Richcraft Hall, 5th Floor
  • Mackenzie Building, Rm 3390
Lug-A-Mug Mondays
Carleton Dining is giving FREE coffee or tea if you bring your reusable mug at The Market in the Food Court (2nd Floor, University Centre) every Monday in March!
Carleton University is committed to embedding continuous environmental and sustainable improvement to further enhance performance in all our operations. A commitment to sustainability allows for us to reduce our collective impact while ensuring that both existing and future generations of students, staff and faculty continue to enjoy our unique campus.
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