TRU’s own investments has revealed that the university holds only a small amount of investments related to fossil fuels.
Author: Ryan Turcot
Reviewing the latest apps of the week
TRU students, alumni launch aerial imaging company Hummingbird Drones
Why did the chicken cross the road? To beat your high score and collect coins to unlock new characters – duh.
Over the holidays, I was tempted to buy a new laptop. The one I had was just shy of two years old, but two years is a long time for a computer if you factor …
Last week, Toronto-based urban design expert Gil Penalosa shared his ideas for making Kamloops more sustainable with both city staff and the general public.
On-the-fly fitness, photography, and gaming (plus one of the worst apps I’ve ever seen)
TRU might have to alter how it monitors and addresses illegal downloading on campus, depending on the opinion it expects to receive from its legal office next month.
Behind the scenes, as Sara Gillis prepared to present her work to an international audience at the fourth annual E-Mental Health Conference in Vancouver last weekend, she received some motivating news. “When I was rehearsing …
The plan to take sustainability to the next level When TRU set out its strategic priorities for the next five years, one of them was to increase sustainability, and according to environment and sustainability director …