Sustainability Awareness Week has been one of the University of Alberta's largest event series since it launched in 2008. The whole campus community gets involved in highlighting campus sustainability initiatives, social and environmental issues, and building connections beyond campus. Events include very popular walking tours, hands-on workshops, speaker panels, film screenings and explorations of local food.
Sustainability Awareness Week 2019
The next edition will be held October 21–25, 2019. Each day will focus on a different theme inspired by the U.N.'s Sustainable Development Goals.
||Introduction to Sustainability
||Land & Life
||Sustainable Cities and Communities
||Innovation and Infrastructure
||Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions
This year's event series will feature events by select campus partners, with an emphasis on research and/or academic opportunities within the field of sustainability. We are not accepting requests to participate in Sustainability Awareness Week at this time. Please email email@example.com to find out more.
Community groups, campus partners and student clubs are invited to take part in tabling fair on Monday. There is no cost to participate, and it will give you the chance to speak directly with upwards of 50-100 students over the course of a few hours. If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Highlights from 2018
Sustainability Awareness Week took place for the 11th time in October 2018. The event series included speakers, workshops, films and tours across the
University of Alberta's North Campus, Augustana Campus, Campus Saint-Jean and also at MacEwan University.
Altogether, 53 events were offered by 27 partner organizations, with thousands of people in attendance.