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Communications Work

Baher Hussein is a writer providing impactful content. Here are some examples.

F&S is planning to eliminate 169 tonnes of greenhouse gases each year by replacing our entire fleet with electric vehicles. Read more about how we’ll do it.


Vic Cassano, the senior reductions utility manager at Facilities & Services, is using his dedication and experience to help make St. George’s  climate positive commitments come to fruition.


With much of the U of T community working and studying from home right now due to the pandemic, the Sustainability Office is sharing some easy steps to make your temporary home workspace more sustainable.


Planning an on-campus event is no easy feat—there are so many factors to consider. However, events can produce a lot of waste and use a lot of energy. So, there is a big opportunity to incorporate sustainability into your planning and shrink your event’s environmental impact.


As Earth Month draws to a close, we want to emphasize our commitment to making the St. George campus climate positive. Facilities & Services is working hard to transform our energy and utility infrastructure, but we also need your help to make sustainable changes to courses, labs, offices, residences, and events.


Much like a town or city, the University of Toronto owns and maintains linear assets such as district energy, roads, sewers, and watermain systems. The Central Steam Plant is the core of the campus’s district energy system, which heats most buildings on campus.


The University of Toronto is increasingly relying on electricity from Ontario's grid to power the St. George campus to reduce our environmental footprint.


Can we make science more sustainable?


Facilities & Services is working hard to transform the St. George campus’s energy and utility infrastructure—but we also need your help to create sustainable change in our community.


What is more important than the spaces we inhabit?

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