And just like that, the Spring 2022 term and my final term as the WUSA Sustainability Commissioner has come to a close. This is a bittersweet time. It has been an amazing experience to be involved on campus this term;
Welcome to Spring! An Open Letter from the WSP Sustainability Commissioner Welcome to Spring term, Warriors! For some of you, this may be your first term in a long time stepping foot on campus. For others, it may be your
Earth Day started in 1970, so it’s been happening for over fifty years! This year’s theme is Invest in Our Planet. So, how is WUSA investing in our planet? We met up with the sustainability commissioner to see what kind
The WUSA Sustainability Project and the Student Sustainability Committee present their virtual Student Sustainability Town Hall. The purpose of this event was to explore the various sustainability activities and concerns at the University of Waterloo from the student perspective.
Do you have ideas for campus sustainability? Want to have your voice heard? WSP and the Student Sustainability Committee have two exciting opportunities for you to contribute to sustainable change on campus. First, the Committee has launched a Student
Welcome back, Warriors! Your Sustainability Commissioner, Jenna, here. I hope you had a restful winter break and are ready for another great term ahead. I know that winter term may not be starting the way that we all hoped,
Hello, Warriors! September was a whirlwind of fun, learning and excitement. From seeing old friends for the first time in years, to having class in person, and seeing lots of new sustainability initiatives happening on campus – I could not
I’ve just wrapped up my first term as WUSA’s Sustainability Commissioner and I’m excited to share some updates with you! My first term in figures: Number of completed or ongoing projects: 5 Number groups and students I met: 17 Number