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Eastern GTA Eco Summit 2014


Eastern GTA Eco Summit 2014: March 28-29th

University of Toronto Scarborough Instructional Centre


The Eco Summit is a signature event for UTSC, and serves as an opportunity to link research, teaching, and institutional practice to community initiatives, which foster partnerships with government and community members in the Eastern GTA. The two day event will feature faculty and graduate student research and poster presentations, panel discussions with faculty and community leaders, an eco fair, and networking opportunities for all.  The University of Toronto is dedicated to studying and supporting a healthy planet and engaging the local community in this endeavor.


Friday March 28th: 


Graduate Research Presentations & Displays

University of Toronto Scarborough is the official home of the University’s graduate programs in environmental science.  Hundreds of students are conducting compelling graduate research on a wide variety of environmental issues and their proposed solutions.  Choose from 15 masters of environmental science presentations happening before the keynote address, and dozens doctoral research poster presentations on display in the Instructional Centre atrium on Friday afternoon and all day Saturday. Graduate presentation topics include: Climate Change, Energy, Industry and Infrastructure, Agriculture, and Biodiversity.


Keynote Address

Parks Canada



Saturday March 29th:

Eastern GTA Eco Summit

Concurrent Sessions

The backbone of the Eco Summit since its inception, a selection of breakout sessions offer attendees the opportunity to hear UTSC faculty and community leaders deliver presentations on important environmental issues and community initiatives.  The sessions feature ample opportunity for attendees to discuss the issues and share their views on environmental matters in the Eastern GTA.  Each of the sessions will be taking place twice – once in the morning and once in the afternoon – so that registrants will be able to attend any two sessions.


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