Guide:
Name: Jonathan Rausseo
When
Date: May 02, 2015
Time: 3:00 PM
Duration: 1.5 hr
Language: English
Where
Start: Tabaret Hall (550 Cumberland),main entrance
End: SITE Building (800 King Edward)
Area: UOttawa Campus/Sandy Hill
Distance: 2.0 km
Accessibility:

The route will be along paved walkways and sidewalks and the buildings we will visit are fully accessible.

UOttawa Campus Sustainability Tour



Description

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This walk is a green tour of the University of Ottawa, focusing on the environmental infrastructure and social integration of the University of Ottawa and the City of Ottawa (including the Sandy Hill area). The tour is organized by the Office of Campus Sustainability and will include topics related to green space, transportation, engineering, architecture, land planning, and agriculture. All are welcome.

You can learn more about the Office of Campus Sustainability and their initiatives at www.sustainable.uottawa.ca.

Photo:  The Living Wall in the University's new LEED GOLD Social Sciences Building.


Route

The route will follow pedestrian paths through the University of Ottawa Campus and will occasionally go into some of the buildings. We will begin in front of Tabaret Hall and work our way through the heart of the campus along the Grand Alley until we reach the south end of the campus. The route will follow pedestrian paths through the University of Ottawa Campus and will occasionally go into some of the buildings.


About

Jonathan Rausseo is the Campus Sustainability Manager at the University of Ottawa and has been working on sustainability initiatives since 2006. He is a graduate of the University of Ottawa and has helped consult with various environmental NGOs in the City of Ottawa. This will be the second year that he is leading this walk.