SUSTAINABILITY AT SFU
Simon Fraser University is an institutional leader in pursuing ecological, social and economic sustainability through its operations, research, academics, campus, and community and global engagement.
Committed to climate action, Simon Fraser University’s (SFU) Living Lab program launches four sustainability projects to address global climate change by achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Register for the upcoming Data Visionaries: Investing in a Low Carbon Future panel session on Tuesday, April 5 at 12pm PDT. Join the panelists as they talk about the future of ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) investing, sustainable finance, and the role data can play in keeping organizations accountable to their climate and sustainability goals.
A new mask recycling program at SFU aims to prevent thousands of disposable COVID-19 facemasks from ending up in a landfill.
Research and teaching intensive labs are some of the highest consumers of energy on campus. In addition to the usual heating, lighting and computers in a classroom, labs power specialized equipment such as fume hoods.