ENTER A CONTEST TO HAVE A TREE PLANTED IN YOUR SCHOOLYARD! Durham Sustain Ability is looking for classes, groups, or clubs to enter a contest and have the chance of winning a new tree for their schoolyard. Contestants will be asked to prove their knowledge and value of trees! The anticipated timeline is: Application deadline is February 20, 2015 MARCH 13, 2015 Selection process late March 2015 Announcement of winners early April, 2014 Installation of the tree (s) deadline is October 9, 2015 (trees not installed by this date risk losing the tree) Click Trees for Durham Schools Application Form 2015 or… Continue reading Trees for Durham Schools – Information and Application
Durham Sustain Ability
Durham Sustain Ability (DSA) is an environmental not-for-profit and social enterprise that supports individuals, organizations and communities on the path to a sustainable future. To learn more, visit the About Us section of our website.
Durham Sustain Ability is re-launching its Durham Partners in Project Green program to assist local companies in improving your performance. This is a great opportunity to find out what tools and resources are available to you, and to network with other Durham business leaders who have success stories and learnings to share. • Master of Ceremonies: Sandy Hawley, prize-winning professional jockey will be sharing his sustainability successes with Woodbine Entertainment Group. • Key Note Speaker: Bob Williard, respected business researcher, author, resource creator and speaker will be addressing: Why the New Sustainability Imperative is Both a Risk and an Opportunity The re-launch event will be held on January… Continue reading Racing Toward Sustainability
Building from success and energy from the Whitby Environmental Youth Alliance, the Durham Environmental Youth Alliance (DEYA) will bring together youth from across Durham Region who are passionate about the environment. Through community involvement and engagement, DEYA will continue to promote environmental responsibility in Durham Region. If you are a youth, adult or business interested in supporting the DEYA, please sign up to the e-Newsletter to receive information directly into your email (click the title above to access the links). For more information click here or contact Heather Kirby at 905-985-3279 x 10 .