COVID-19 has been top of mind since it first emerged in 2019, but with climate change, it’s not the only virus that should be of concern. Climate...
A blog with Laura Berndt, Sunnybrook’s Manager of Energy and Sustainability.
Urban beekeeping: Honey bees arrive at Sunnybrook
In early June, Sunnybrook was quite literally buzzing with activity as the newest residents arrived at the outer reaches of the Bayview campus...
My Bike to Work Day Experience – Adam the Co-op
May 27th was Bike to Work Day at Sunnybrook. This is co-op student Adam's experience biking to work through Sunnybrook Park.
30×30 Nature Challenge Accepted!
The David Suzuki Foundation is challenging Canadians to spend 30 minutes a day outdoors in nature for 30 days. Challenge accepted!
Sunnybrook’s Annual Earth Matters Showcase
Sunnybrook's Earth Matters Showcase 2014 is coming soon. With over 20 companies attending, it's going to be the best yet!
Preparing for Continued Climate Variability
Sunnybrook is increasing the resiliency of our emergency facilities with plans for new emergency generators. This will help us to prepare for climate...
Sunnybrook contributing to a more reliable & sustainable electricity grid for Ontario
Sunnybrook has teamed up with ENBALA Power Networks to provide real-time Grid Balance or regulation service, to the Ontario electricity grid.
Thoughts on Perpetual Growth
"Perpetual growth is the creed of the cancer cell," says David Suzuki
Connecting the environment with health
A recent study from researchers at the University of Waterloo found many Ontarians are missing the link between their health and the environment.
Energy & GHG Reporting – The Big Picture
Sunnybrook's "2011 Energy and Greenhouse Gas Report" shows that our CO2 emissions from energy used is 26,622 tonnes of CO2