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This presentation is the opening Keynote on Day 2 of the “Challenging Connections” EAUC Annual Conference 2015, presented by John Robinson, Associate Provost, Sustainability, The University of British Columbia.
Conventional approaches to sustainability focus on a harm reduction and damage limitation agenda. At the University of British Columbia (UBC), we are exploring the potential for what we call regenerative sustainability: human activity that simultaneously improves environmental and human wellbeing. To that end, UBC is transforming its campus into a living laboratory for sustainability. Faculty, staff and students, along with private, public and NGO sector partners, use the University’s physical plant, as well education and research capabilities, to test, study, teach, apply and share lessons learned, technologies created and policies developed. This keynote will report on UBC’s academic and operational sustainability activities in support of that vision.
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