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What's New at the Sustainability Office

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.


June is Bike Month- Ride With Us! 

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Throughout June, the Sustainability Office celebrated Bike Month. Thanks to the hundreds of community members who stopped by our booths, attended our workshops and got their bike tuned up!

All sessions are offered in partnership with Smart Commute, Smart Commute Hamilton and New Hope Community Bikes. This program is an action of the Mohawk College Environmental Management Plan.


The Community Garden is Back!

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The Mohawk Community Garden provides individuals, departments and student groups with a small allotment (4’ x 8’ raised bed) in a designated area, on campus, to grow common fruits and vegetables for personal consumption. This project encourages local food production while providing teaching and learning opportunities for Mohawk students, staff and community members.

The Community Garden operates annually from May through November all the while providing community and garden members with an abundance of fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables.

News Desk: Planting Day at Mohawk College's Community Garden from Communications and Media on Vimeo.

Want more information? Please contact Devon Barry at devon.barry@mohawkcollege.ca with any questions concerning the garden.

This program is an action of the Mohawk College Environmental Management Plan.


Good Food Box Now at Fennell!

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Thank you to everyone who purchased a Good Food Box during the 8-month pilot period! We are currently undertaking a review of the pilot and will announce the future of the program shortly. 

This new service is an action of the Mohawk College Environmental Management Plan.


MoCoModal - Think outside the car

The Mohawk College Sustainability Office has launched a program to help you get to Fennell Campus. Whether you are commuting from Brantford, Niagara or the GTHA, MoCoModal will help you get here!

MoCoModal - think outside the car

Follow the link and instructions to help you plan your trip to Campus. Click on your neighbourhood or region for your personalized guide to carpooling, public transit and alternative transportation options and think outside the car!


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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