At Niagara College, sustainability means providing high-quality applied education and training that meets the needs of students, employees, and the communities in which we operate today, while protecting and enhancing the human and natural resources that will be needed in the future.
As a postsecondary institution, Niagara College first made sustainability a key strategic priority in 2009 and has identified with the importance of reducing impacts on the environment. Niagara College’s definition of sustainability is based on the Bruntland Commission report, created by the United Nations (UN), Report of the World Commission on Environment and Development: Our Common Future.Learn more about us
- Reminder: Complete the Sustainability Plan Survey by November 18On October 31, faculty and staff received an email invitation from Planning and Institutional Research to complete the Sustainability Plan Survey, as previously announced by Senior Vice-President, College Operations, Pam Skinner. The deadline is approaching on November 18. Your responses will help us understand your sustainability priorities to help us update our 2019-2021 Sustainability Plan for the […]
- Message from Pam Skinner: 2022 Sustainability Plan SurveyA message from Pam Skinner, Senior Vice-President, College Operations: With the launch of our Strategic Plan, Niagara College’s culture of sustainability is central to who we are and how we operate. To help us recognize and commit to taking actions for the betterment of the environment, we are surveying our diverse college community about their […]
Animal Track ID hike & Skulls and Things!
Join Natasha for an animal track ID hike around the DJP wetlands from 10am – 12 pm. We will meet at E104 for 10 am before heading out the wetlands…
- Student Only Event
Niagara College’s Annual Bioblitz!Join us on April 15th as we gather for our first in-person Bioblitz since 2019! Attend for as much of the days events as you wish. Please register for…
What Bin Do I Put It In?
When on-campus, use this helpful chart to determine which bin to place your waste in – landfill, recycling, or organics.Learn where to put your waste