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Alan Griffiths
Sustainability Office
Call: 905-575-1212 x4168

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Gloria Montes
Programs and Services Coordinator
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Call: 905-575-2210

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What's New at the Sustainability Office

Regional Transit Opportunity Survey

The Sustainability Office is investigating the potential demand levels for regional transit service to Mohawk College campuses. Based on feedback received from staff and students, enhanced regional transit connections could make it easier and more convenient for staff and students to commute to and from campus each day.

We ask that you complete this survey to help us better understand your needs and how we can best meet them. 

For completing the survey, you'll be entered to win one of five Sustainability Office Prize Packs!!!


Should you have any questions, please contact us at

These bags will be available twice a month and will be filled to the brim with a colourful variety of fresh and local produce items! Bounty Bags are $20 (retail at $25), and provide an assortment of local produce for 1-2 individuals.

Bounty Bags must be pre-paid at the Campus Store (cash or debit only) by noon on the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month. With pick up the following Thursday at the Sustainability Office (A105) from 1-4pm.  Please bring your receipt.

November Dates:  
Order Deadline: Friday, November 14th, 2014 (noon)  
Pick Up Date: Thursday, November 20th, 2014  
Order Deadline: Friday, November 28th, 2014 (noon)  
Pick Up Date: Thursday, December 4th, 2014  

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Mohawk College is launching a corporate pilot program in partnership with Student CarShare, to allow College staff to use Student CarShare vehicles for College-related work. The program gives staff access to a private vehicle for work, allowing them to leave their own car at home and commute by sustainable means to Campus.

EMP 2.0: Raising the Bar on Sustainability at Mohawk! 

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Mohawk College is committed to conducting business in ways which positively impact people, the environment and the economy. As momentum builds at the individual, community, national and international levels, Mohawk will continue to be a leader in the sustainability movement.

The Environmental Management Plan update (EMP 2.0) reaffirms Mohawk’s commitment to reducing its impact on the environment, and ensures social and financial resiliency while providing opportunities to engage staff, students and the community in an ever-growing culture of sustainability. EMP 2.0 will continue to act as the leading policy document and blueprint that will play a vital role in Mohawk's future success, as the sustainability movement progresses from a grassroots movement to a global reality.

Mohawk raises the bar with updated Environmental Management Plan from Communications and Media on Vimeo.

At Mohawk College, Environmental Sustainability is one component of our overall sustainability efforts

Along with social and financial sustainability, our environmental sustainability is a cornerstone of our Strategic Plan. We feel it is our responsibility to work alongside our community, businesses, other Colleges and Universities, and individuals to promote environmental awareness and sustainability. For decades, we have been reducing our impact on the planet and as we move forward, we are creating policies that ensure a prosperous future for generations to come.

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