Sustainability at Fleming
Fleming College continues to implement sustainability on and off-campus with help from our community, students and staff. Whether it's our centralized waste sorting system, energy-efficient buildings, or becoming the first college in Canada to ban bottled water sales on campus, we're continually making positive changes for a sustainable future.
Keep up- to -date on the latest sustainable initiatives at Fleming : Sustainability in Action
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Sustainability on Campus
You can help create a more sustainable campus, whether you help with the community gardens, contribute to the year round free market or use alternative transportation, we have new and exciting opportunities for you to make a positive change.Learn More
Sustainability in our Courses
Youâ€™ll find courses across all of our programs that integrate sustainability. In addition, all of our diploma programs have included Flemingâ€™s Sustainability Learning Outcome in at least one required course.Learn More
Sustainability in Our Buildings
We strive for sustainability in our built environment including energy-efficient learning spaces, upgrades to interior and exterior lights to LED, and utilizing renewable energy sources like geothermal and wind energy.Learn More
Whether itâ€™s donating used clothes to our Campus Free Market, helping our Waste Buddies program or tending to our pollinator gardens, there are lots of ways you can get involved in sustainable efforts on campus.Learn More
STARS GOLD RATING
Fleming College has earned a STARS Gold Rating in recognition of its sustainability achievements from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).
STARS, the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System measures and encourages sustainability in all aspects of higher education.
Bee City Canada
Connecting People, Pollinators and Places
Recycling Council of Ontario
Recycling Council of Ontario believes that society must minimize its impact on the environment by eliminating waste.