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Ellen Eckert is a post-doctoral researcher in the Faculty of Arts & Science’s department of physics and a member of the department’s Earth, atmospheric and planetary physics group. Below she shares a first-person account of what it was like to conduct research at the Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory (PEARL).
Low-carbon health care: U of T, local hospitals launch Sustainable Health System Community of Practice
Recognizing the urgent need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions related to health care, leaders from the 12 hospital systems that comprise the Toronto Academic Health Science Network (TAHSN) and the seven health science faculties that make up the University of Toronto’s Council of Health Sciences have formed the Sustainable Health System Community of Practice.
The group, which held its first meeting on Sept. 25, will provide evidence, ideas, leadership and advocacy to reduce carbon emissions through co-ordinated action, research and education.
U of T program to prioritize healing, wellness and support for Black and racialized community members
The University of Toronto is launching a new initiative focused on providing wellness, healing and support to students, staff, faculty and librarians to address the impacts of racism and anti-Black racism in their own lives or in the broader community.
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