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evolv1 Welcomes TD Sustainable Future Lab

Waterloo’s first dedicated cleantech accelerator program will open in December 2018 Evolv1 is only weeks away from celebrating the building’s official grand opening after over 2 years of planning and collaboration to create Canada’s first Zero Carbon Building – Design certified building in The David Johnston Research and Technology Park. This Fall, evolv1 will welcome […]

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Creating a home for sustainability at evolv1

This guest post is by Tova Davidson, Executive Director, Sustainable Waterloo Region. In 2013, when Sustainable Waterloo Region (SWR) reached out to our community in the development of our strategic plan, we asked: “What’s the next big thing be we should work on to move the needle on sustainability in our region?” Resoundingly, we heard […]

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evolv1 to host Laurier professor’s nearly $1 million research study on sustainable behaviour

This week Wilfrid Laurier University announced Psychology Associate Professor Marcus Riemer and his research partners have received nearly $1 million in funding to study sustainable behaviour in evolv1. This five-year project entitled, “Closing the performance gap in high-performance green buildings by cultivating a culture of sustainability,” will strive to address the challenge of meeting forecasted targets when […]

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The David Johnston Research + Technology Park (R+T Park) University of Waterloo and tenants have come together and committed to a Greenhouse Gas (GHG) reduction target through Sustainable Waterloo Region’s (SWR) Regional Carbon Initiative Program (RCI)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Waterloo, Ontario, April 14th, 2016 – The David Johnston Research + Technology Park (R+T Park) University of Waterloo and tenants have come together and committed to a Greenhouse Gas (GHG) reduction target through Sustainable Waterloo Region’s (SWR) Regional Carbon Initiative Program (RCI). Using 2014 numbers as our baseline, a 10 year and […]

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