Partners & Sources for Co-op/Internships

We believe in Collective Impact for Sustainability & CSR

Collective Impact is a term coined by FSG (Foundation Strategy Group) to describe highly structured collaborative efforts that achieve substantial impact on a large scale. 

We believe that this concept can go a long way in creating a more sustainable world. 

  • Read more about Collective Impact here.
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Collaborative Organizations

Evergreen Brick Works

We offer our Toronto based courses at Evergreen Brick Works.  We are grateful for the support of our Program Partner, Evergreen, a national charity that makes cities more livable. Courses are held in Evergreen's LEED NC Platinum (pending) Centre for Green Cities and is part of the Evergreen CityWORKS continuing education offerings. Learn more about Evergreen CityWORKS here.

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Network for Business Sustainability (NBS)

The Network for Business Sustainability conducts free, credible research on the issues that matter to sustainability managers.  Each year, its Leadership Council of leading Canadian businesses identifies their top sustainability priorities. To date, these priorities include:NBS_Logo_CMYK_ENG

  • Adaptation to Climate Change
  • Engaging the Community
  • Socially Conscious Consumerism
  • Valuing Business Sustainability

NBS' Systematic Reviews summarize what they know about a particular topic based on a thorough evaluation of the existing body of knowledge. Their Research Insights provide highlights of top-notch academic articles on each topic - in a concise, plain-English format designed specifically for managers.

The Network is comprised of over 400 researchers and reaches over 800 practitioners from different sectors in English- and French-speaking Canada and beyond. Its members are interested in using knowledge to unlock a sustainable future. They foster collaboration, build community and build relationships between researchers, managers, policy-makers and students through:

• A people database which includes all the researchers in our Community and their expertise
• Events which bring them together to build relationships and learn
• Leadership Council's Knowledge Priorities that build a common research agenda

NBS Exchanges knowledge through:

• A knowledge database of industry reports and Research Insights provides rigorous knowledge in accessible formats
• Knowledge Projects that reveal what we know and what we don't know based on the best evidence available

NBS spurs innovation through collaboration by:

• Identifying collaborations between researchers and managers
• Recruiting the brightest students in Canada to share their visions for sustainability in different sectors

Visit the Network for Business Sustainability at:  www.nbs.net

Sources of Co-op Students & Interns for Sustainability, CSR & Environment

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Master's in Environment and Sustainability (MES) ProgramCESlogo2012_Regular
University of Western Ontario
The Centre for Environment and Sustainability, University of Western Ontario
Phone: (519) 661-2111 ext. 82807
Fax: (519) 661-3703
Link: http://www.uwo.ca/sci/MES/coop_prog_overview.html

 

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Master of Environmental Science Program
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCARBOROUGH
416 287-7358
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