Want to go for a ride in the valley? Bike to a local shop to run an errand?
The University of Toronto Scarborough has over 40 community allotment gardens; rented out by staff, faculty, students and community members.
The Eco Container program, reusable eco-takeout food containers are located in the H-Wing Marketplace at the University of Toronto Scarborough campus.
Do you drive an electric vehicle or hybrid with class-leading fuel efficiency? If so, then you may qualify for UTSC's ecoPark program.
The UTSC campus was designated as the 15th Fair Trade Campus in Canada on May 17, 2016 by Fair Trade Canada.
Our Food Discussion Cafes (FDC) serve as an educational outlet for celebrating the cultural diversity at U of T Scarborough through food while informing our community about topics related to sustainability issues, food security and food sove
The University of Toronto Scarborough FreeStore is a reuse initiative that allows students and faculty the opportunity to donate unwanted housing items and pick up desired items free of charge.
Would you like a box of fresh, mostly season produce delivered to your doorstep*? Well it actually gets delivered to the UTSC campus doorsteps for you to pick up on your way home!
Recognizing U of T Scarborough courses that are taking steps to reduce the use of paper. Professors, Teaching Assistants and course administrators can fill out self-assessment forms.
UTSC Green Ribbon Award
Deadline for nominations: Monday April 17, 2017 at 5:00pm
Did you know: The United Nations General Assembly recognized the Human Right to Water and Sanitation (HRWS) on July 28th, 2010.
University of Toronto Scarborough has four beehives located on our Social Science Building rooftop.
There are currently two bike repair stations located on campus for you to use for quick bike repairs:
Want to support sustainable transportation at UTSC by carpooling, taking public transit, or actively commuting to campus, but sometimes still need a car during the day?
ZipCar has you covered.