- Upcoming Events
- Past Events
- Join the Students for Sustainability (Sutherland Campus)
- Join the Students for Sustainability (Frost Campus)
There are many ways in which you can get involved in Fleming's sustainability efforts. Here are just a few:
More events coming soon.
Sustainable Peterborough $500 Award for Graduating Students
The Office of Sustainability is pleased to announce that Sustainable Peterborough is sponsoring a first-time ever award to recognize graduating students for Sustainability Knowledge and Experience.
Download your application and submit it to email@example.com by April 30th, 2018
Past EventsPast Events
Fleming Talks Presents Barbara Stegemann â€“ February 6th 2018 @ Market Hall 6 Pm â€“ 8 Pm Top Game Changer on Dragons Den! Limited Space so register soon www.faststartfs.ca/events
Growing Tomorrow's Green Leaders
Take Part in the Peterborough-Kawarthas-Northumberland Region
April 24 and May 3, 2018 @ Fleming College, Sutherland Campus
Peterborough-Kawarthas-Northumberland Region teachers of Grades 9 to 12 are invited to gather a team of five students to take part in an interactive, curriculum-based event. Learn about climate change, forests, soils, wildlife and aquatic ecosystems.
Get outside and explore nature hands-on!
Space is limited.
Registration deadline is March 30, 2018
Go Wild School Grants â€“ Due January 31st, 2018
University and college campuses have an amazing range of resources to apply to pressing environmental issues which give them the capacity for a strong leadership role as we transition to a sustainable society.
What are your ideas for enhancing this leadership on your campus? Can you imagine a way to increase the campus connection to nature? Can you suggest ways your faculty can address important questions about sustainability? Do you see an opportunity for different faculties to work together to create solutions to environmental problems? How can your campus engage the broader community in the practice of sustainability? How would you engage your campus in protecting, restoring, monitoring or celebrating nature? With a Go Wild School Grant, you can bring your project to life. Be bold and submit your ideas to WWF-Canada.
Letâ€™s Go Wild.
We are looking for ideas that:
Protect or restore: Activities directly related to restoring, rehabilitating, or recovering natural ecosystems on campus
Practice or monitor: Activities directly related to introducing new hands-on or digital practices that reflect the value of nature in the campus community or develop new practices related to the impact of climate change Connect and collaborate: Activities that foster new relationships on campus, for example, between student clubs, faculties and departments, in order to explore new perspectives that build the practice of sustainability.
Fleming College Center for Sustainability Across the Curriculum
A workshop to explore the convergence of Sustainability and Indigenous Knowledge in applying teaching and learning strategies for a Sustainable Future In collaboration with the Association for Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, Fleming College is hosting an innovative workshop that will bring Indigenous faculty members and Knowledge Holders together with faculty engaged in sustainability education. This will be a unique opportunity to discuss the synergies between Indigenous teachings and sustainability goals. The session will also include community members from our region and beyond that have a special interest in this area.
The workshop will highlight programs that are successfully bringing these â€śtwo worldsâ€ť together including Fleming's Indigenous Perspectives Initiative and Trent University's Indigenous Environmental Studies and Sciences Program. The day will involve exploring the synergies between these models and sustainability curriculum activities such as sustainability learning outcomes, applied student sustainability projects and inter-disciplinary teaching and learning. The day will also include interactive activities in keeping with these themes. Located in the beautiful Kawartha Lakes area within the Mississauga Territory of Ontario, Canada, this day long workshop will take place at Fleming College on June 15th, 2017 and promises to be a unique opportunity to share knowledge in a way that will leave participants with new insights perspectives for their teaching practice.
This workshop coincides with the areaâ€™s recent designation as a Regional Centre for Expertise in Sustainability Education (RCE) under the United Nations University and as endorsed by UNESCO. One of the main priorities of the RCE is to engage Indigenous Knowledge across all curricula. The workshop and this overarching effort reflects the ambition of the region to infuse sustainability at all ages and stages of life-long learning and to share best practices across regions in doing so.
Join the Students for Sustainability (Sutherland Campus)
The SSfS (Students for Sustainability) is the student-led sustainable objectives group at Fleming's Sutherland Campus.), This is a brand new group to Sutherland Campus designed to undertake a variety of Sustainable projects and initiatives at Fleming College! For more information on how to get involved contact Rob Monico at Robert.firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the Students for Sustainability (Frost Campus)
The SfS (Students for Sustainability) is the student-led sustainable objectives group at Fleming's Frost Campus. Previously known as the Frost FI (Frost Initiative), the SfS has many past projects with Frost campus. Past projects include supporting the ban of bottle banned water, and holding the Embracing Gaia Art Show and Silent Auction. For more info contact email@example.com or check out their Facebook page â€“ Students for Sustainability.