in the U15 and 26th globally in SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
in the U15 and 87th globally in SDG 3: Good health and well-being
in the U15 and 72nd globally in SDG 10: Reduced inequalities
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- November 17: mapping constraints and solutions for sustainable development issues on campus ([email protected])
How do you contribute to Sustainable Development?
uOttawa Champions of the Sustainable Development Goals
There’s never been a better time to come together to create your own impact in the world! Help build a better tomorrow by sharing your ideas and actions towards a sustainable future for our uOttawa campus, community and beyond!
- Join the
- Tell us how you engage to:
- Share their initiative on social media by tagging us on Instagram , , Facebook , and LinkedIn ! We encourage you to use our hashtags: #SDGs #uOGlobal and #uOttawa
Who can participate?
- Students (domestic, international, part-time, full-time)
- Professors (all teaching personnel)
- Staff (all support staff at uOttawa)
- Small changes can make big differences. Living sustainably leads to better personal health, greater prosperity in our communities and a healthier environment.
uOttawa SDG Champions
- Participants submitting as a team will receive accreditation for one eligible activity towards the (networking stream) and the .
Student, Telfer School of Management
In the initial concept development phase, this initiative would include creating action groups that would allow students to create pilot projects (micro missions) in their community addressing its more pressing issues. The action groups would be interdisciplinary and be spearheaded by subject matter experts (professors, scholars, community leaders, etc.). The action groups would be a vehicle for real-life learning all while making an actual tangible difference in the community. Their first action will be to call out for micro mission ideas and begin recruiting volunteers and create a database for action groups.