Monday, December 6, 2021

Tag: University of Toronto

U of T launches new Master of Environment and Sustainability program

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The University of Toronto is opening the application process for its new Master of Environment & Sustainability (MES) for Fall 2022 through an online...

University of Toronto’s New Certificate of Sustainability

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The University of Toronto School of the Environment's new undergraduate Certificate in Sustainability has been approved for September 2021. This Certificate is part of the...

New App to Track Community Environmental Health

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Researchers are developing an application that allows users to learn about air quality, greenery, walkability, and other factors contributing to the environmental health of...

New Initiative to Remove Plastics from the Great Lakes

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The Council of the Great Lakes Region (CGLR), thanks to funding from Environment and Climate Change Canada, has announced the launch of the first...

Canadian Universities Sign Charter to Tackle Climate Change

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The University of Toronto and more than a dozen Canadian universities have signed a landmark charter that aims to tackle climate change through a...

Canadian Author Tom Rand on Climate Capitalism via Virtual Event

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A new book rejects traditional left/right distinctions and proposes a series of pragmatic steps to leverage market forces, existing pools of capital, an effective...

Federal Funding to Control COVID-19 and Research Environmental Factors

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The University of Toronto and affiliated institutions will receive almost $6 million for research projects related to the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), with $2.7...

The Great Debate: Is the Carbon Tax Unconstitutional?

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On February 29, 2020, the Runnymede Society Conference 2020 featured a debate – “Is the Carbon Tax Institutional?” – as part of its two-day...

Researchers at U of T Turn Waste Cooking Oil into Printing...

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Researchers at the University of Toronto (U of T) Scarborough have, for the first time, turned waste cooking oil into a high-resolution, biodegradable three-dimensional...

One-Third of Canadians Exposed to Air Pollutant “Soup”

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A new study led by researchers at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering reveals that emissions from nearby traffic can...
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