We’ve often joked about acronym bingo, what with all the BRBs, IMOs and OMGs, but have you heard of MUSH? Not the bowl full in Goodnight Moon, but Municipalities, Universities, Schools and Hospitals … that MUSH.
Turns out this is a pretty important category when it comes to energy, since we are Continue reading
On the day after Halloween, most of us have had plenty of “fun-size” treats. What’s better than going door-to-door for candy? How about going unit-to-unit, collecting medical supplies to donate to communities in need? That’s what our fantastic team from Operation Green does every month.
Meghan and our UHN Volunteers collecting supplies
Nicole and Meghan, the new Operation Green Leads, are both medical students who Continue reading
Remember your 3 R’s from school? No, not Readin’, Ritin’ and Rithmatic :).
If you’ve been around the blog, you know that Reducin’, Reusin’ and Recyclin’ are listed in order of importance, with much bigger bangs for reduce and reuse. With that, I have a great story to share from our friends at the Radiation Therapy Green Team. Continue reading
On this sweltering September day, with Florence and Mangkhut lashing their paths of destruction, I can’t help but think about the hot and steamy elephant in the room … climate change. The scary thing we all talked about “in the future” is here, clearly. There are so many ways I could do something about it, but sometimes I don’t know where to start.
I am not alone, and as luck would have it, neither are you.
We are incredibly psyched and proud to bring Carbon Conversations TO to UHN!
What’s it all about? Taking Climate Action this Fall
In the lush and earthy corners of UHN, we find some spectacular gardens.
Let’s start in the west with GROW at Bickle Centre, aka, Garden Rehab on Wheels, or Garden of Eatin’. Thanks so much to Amanda Beales for leading this team through it’s 3rd fantastic season. Each year, it expands and improves.
Staff Salad Potluck 2018
This season, the team built a second in-ground patch for plants too big for the boxes. Continue reading
DMOH Green Squad L – R : Theresa Moonsammy; Katty MacLean; Nancy Vukovic; Jennifer Ryan; Erin Grissman; Helen Borowski; James Austin (Manager DMOH)
Not to worry our friends in Infection Prevention and Control, but Continue reading
During these dog days of summer, it’s more important than ever to stay cool. If you’ve followed this blog, you know air conditioning is one of the most energy-intense parts of a building, with lighting paling (dimming?) by comparison. Continue reading