Looking for a great read this summer? Look no further! The College of Sustainability’s very own Steve Mannell recently published Living Lightly on the Earth: Building an Ark for Prince Edward Island, 1974-1976. on May 17, 2018 you are invited to join us for the Book Launch and Lecture! For more information, please see the following link!
As municipalities, non-profits, governments, students, and community organizers across Atlantic Canada work hard to advance active transportation initiatives, the East Coast is seeing amazing projects and plans come to life. This Summit aims to share the great work taking place in Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland and Labrador! Our goal is to support the expansion of active transportation in Atlantic Canadian communities.
When: May 23-24, 2018
Where: Halifax Public Library
Who is this for?
- First Nations, and municipal, provincial and national governments and agencies
- Non-profit and community organizations
- Private sector businesses and entrepreneurs
Registration is $100 (HST of 15% included; $5 carbon surcharge fee included)
Registration is $20 (HST of 15% included) for students and leaders from non-profit organizations.
We have limited funds to assists those who couldn’t otherwise attend for financial reasons. If cost is a barrier to attendance, please contact Rick McCready for more information.
An Ocean of Opportunity: a Discussion with Prince Albert ll of Monaco
Tuesday 8 May 2018 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Marion McCain Arts & Social Sciences Building
6135 University Ave., Halifax
Join Prince Albert ll of Monaco to discuss our changing ocean and solutions that will generate social, economic and environmental opportunity. Prince Albert II has shown global leadership in addressing environmental issues and promoting sustainable development, especially as it relates to ocean management.
The informal, Q&A event, will be moderated by Dalhousie President, Richard Florizone and Wendy Watson-Wright, CEO of the Ocean Frontier Institute.
RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
Admission is free
Halifax’s largest, indoor community yard sale is Sunday April 29th 9am-5pm!
NEW LOCATION: It will be held in at the Dalhousie SEXTON Memorial Gymnasium, 1360 Barrington St, Halifax, Nova Scotia
PLEASE NOTE that in the past this event has taken place at the Studley Campus gym, and this year location is on Dalhousie’s downtown Sexton campus for engineering and architecture.
The Halifax Dump and Run is student-organized and community run through Saint Mary’s University Environmental Society (SMUES) and Dalhousie’s Office of Sustainability.
Apart from its environmental value, the Dump and Run also makes a valuable contribution to the community through the donation of funds to local charities and non-profit groups in need.
In 2017 the Dump & Run raised over $11000! Proceeds went to local non-profit and charitable groups. Come out and help us make this the biggest year yet!
Doors open at 9AM
Invite your friends and come out to support the community by donating, volunteering or just getting some great deals, and let’s help to reduce Halifax’s ecological footprint!
Please get in touch with us if you’d like to volunteer! Email us at email@example.com