Durham College is proud to be a member of the Environmental and Related Technologies Hub (EaRTH).  A consortium of five leading colleges and universities from the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), including Durham College, Centennial College, Ontario Tech University, Trent University and University of Toronto, Scarborough, EaRTH is committed to providing sector-focused research and comprehensive education to develop innovative, technology-driven solutions that fuel sustainable, resilient communities locally, nationally and globally.

The Goals for EaRTH

The EaRTH District will focus on developing clean, green sustainable technology sectors through research, academic programming and support for commercialization of advanced technologies.

Expert Network

Bring together a network of leading industry, academic, government and community partners to explore synergies that will strengthen and enhance the Canadian green and sustainable technology sector.

Active Collaboration

Leverage expertise and resources to grow education, training, partnerships and innovation opportunities in the eastern GTA through active collaboration.

Economic Development

Provide increased opportunities for economic development that will foster the creation of highly skilled jobs in the environmental and related sectors.

Knowledge Mobilization

Enable the transfer of knowledge by fostering advanced sustainable technologies and techniques that can be applied in a variety of sectors.

Below are a few examples of the expertise we bring to EaRTH

Interested in learning more or exploring partnership opportunities? Contact Peter Garrett at peter.garrett@durhamcollege.ca.

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