Save the date for Leading a Sustainable Future at UNBC: Countdown to Green Day 2024!

The program this year features 14 days of topics related to the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals. There will be a number of different events, workshops, vendors and student groups that are connected to sustainable development and climate action, so be sure to come and check out some new ideas! All are FREE to attend. 

Date: Starts March 7, 2024 and runs until Green Day on March 26, 2024
Time: 10:00am – 7:00pm
Location: Various locations on campus

Schedule of Events

Here's a sneak peak of what's to come! Be sure to check back often as the schedule shifts and changes. 

  • Sustainable Business Practices
  • Indigenous Ways of Knowing
  • Sustainable Labs
  • Human Library on Climate Resilience
  • Textile Repair Cafe
  • Bioenergy Plant tours
  • Youth Leaders
  • Electric Cars
  • Recycling Games with Oscar the Recycling AI 

And SO MUCH MORE!

Please find a calendar of events in PDF format below. To sign up for each event, simply click on the green underlined links that are within the document: 


About Canada's Green University™

As Canada’s Green University™, the University of Northern British Columbia is committed to minimizing its environmental impact and operating costs by reducing energy consumption through energy efficiency projects, student and staff engagement, and energy awareness campaigns. Not only are we bound to this through a lens of social responsibility, but from the standpoint of our strategic priorities. In recognition of these efforts, we are consistently named one of 'Canada's Greenest Employers'. 
We encourage you to take some time to explore all the information on this page and hope that it will spark your interest to learn more! Should you have questions or want to get involved, visit the contacts page to find out how. 

News

We are pleased to announce that UNBC has installed 3 new electric vehicle charging stations as of June 2021. They are Siemens high-end residential style units, which are easier to operate and free to use (beyond regular parking fees on campus). There are two charging stalls in parking lot B, and one charging spot beside the entrance to Hospitality Services. 
Please visit the Electric Vehicle page for more information on the new units and how to use them. 

Upcoming Events

Check back here for future events.