The School’s main student environmental groups include: the Environmental Students’ Union (ENSU), the Graduate Students’ Environmental Association (GESA), University of Toronto Environmental Action (UTEA), and the University of Toronto’s Environmental Resource Network (UTERN). Learn about what these groups are up to, and how to get involved.
School of the Environment alumni have gone on to pursue a variety of careers. Examples of career paths include environmental law and policy, community outreach, research, education, and more. Read our alumni profiles to see where the School can take you.
The School’s Environmental Finance Advisory Committee (EFAC) consists of members of the business sector and university community. It provides a forum for the exchange of innovative ideas in environmental finance. EFAC organizes educational workshops and programs on topics within the field of environmental finance to promote dialogue among business, industry, government, academia and the private sector.
“The Jane Goodall Institute of Canada is part of a global community conservation organization that advances the vision and work of Dr. Jane Goodall. By protecting chimpanzees and inspiring people to value and protect the natural world we all share, we improve the lives of people, animals and the environment.”