Live Virtual Consultations

McGill's 2020-2025 Climate & Sustainability Strategy

Tuesday, September 15th – 9am-10am

Wednesday, September 16th – 12pm-1pm


Since the beginning of January 2020, the McGill Office of Sustainability has been crafting the University’s next Climate & Sustainability Strategy. Throughout the process, nearly 200 McGill community members have participated in the consultation process – from specific units and staff to faculty and students. As we approach the release of the Strategy, there are still chances to get involved and have your say!


Through September 15th-16th, the McGill Office of Sustainability will be facilitating live virtual consultations via Zoom. Join us to learn more about the Strategy, how it plays a role in emboldening and institutionalizing the sustainability movement at McGill, and to contribute to the Strategy’s development!


The virtual consultations will last approximately one hour with a brief presentation on the Strategy (approximately 20 minutes), followed by a Q&A period, and concluding with break out rooms in Zoom in which we will discuss key sustainability questions with participants. Attendance for the full hour is not required (i.e., you may attend only the presentation if you wish).


—Accessibility & Registration—

The facilitated consultations will be held virtually via Zoom on two separate days:

Tuesday, September 15th – 9am-10am

Wednesday, September 16th – 12pm-1pm


We are committed to providing accessible and inclusive virtual events. All members of the McGill community, including students, staff, faculty, and alumni, are encouraged to attend. We encourage anyone interested to RSVP through this registration form so that we can best address participant questions and any accessibility needs. Registration is encouraged, but not required as the Zoom link will be shared on the day of the event. The event will be facilitated in English.


For individuals unable to attend these virtual sessions, a recap of the consultations will be shared on the event page afterwards. We encourage anyone interested in contributing to the Climate & Sustainability Strategy to also visit our consultation webpage or more information and ways to get involved.


McGill University is located on land which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg nations. McGill honours, recognizes, and respects these nations as the traditional stewards of the lands and waters on which we hold our event.


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