Energy and Environmental Stewardship Award

This award recognizes a progressive healthcare organization that has implemented programs that demonstrate environmental responsibility through the reduction of energy usage, the preservation of natural resources and effective waste diversion solutions.

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To download the 2017 nomination form click here.

2016 Recipient: University Health Network

Since program inception in 1999, University Health Network (UHN) continuously strives to build a culture of environmental sustainability by focusing on energy efficiency, waste and toxic reduction, sustainable procurement, design, transportation, local food, and now climate change resiliency. Powered by the Energy & Environment Department, environmental stewardship is an embedded and ongoing process, not a one-time initiative.

UHN’s commitment to environmental stewardship goes beyond improving its own environmental performance. Members of Energy & Environment Department regularly share insights to help others achieve their environmental goals, and have chaired the Canadian Coalition for Green Healthcare.

View our 2016 Celebrating Leading Practices booklet for more information on the University Health Network.

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Past Recipients

Please see our most recent recipients listed below. Full biography's are available in our Celebrating Leading Practices booklets.

2015, Chatham-Kent Health Alliance

2014, Trillium Health Partners

2013, Vancouver Island Health Authority

2012, The Ottawa Hospital

2011, Interior Health Authority

2010, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre