Sustainability Committee
The University of Manitoba Sustainability Committee is established by the University's Sustainability Procedure and is advisory to both the Vice-President (Administration) and the Vice-President (Academic). The Committee's responsibilities are to: Develop a University of Manitoba Sustainability Action Plan identifying recommended sustainability goals, initiatives, actions and target dates to support the Sustainability Policy. Assist the Sustainability Coordinator to educate the University community and to communicate and promote implementation of the Sustainability policy action plan.

The Committee Chair: The Committee Chair shall be appointed by the Vice-President (Academic) and Vice-President (Administration) for a three year renewable term from among the members of the Committee.

The Committee will have the following representation:
The University's Sustainability Director
Two representatives from the University of Manitoba Students Unions (UMSU)
One representative from Graduate Students Association (GSA)
Four faculty members appointed by the Vice-President (Academic)
Four administrative members appointed by the Vice-President (Administration)
One representative from University of Manitoba Recycling and Environmental Group (UMREG)

In addition to such members as the Vice-Presidents appoint from time to time. With the exception of student representatives which will be appointed or renewed each year, and with the exception of persons holding specific positions, the appointed members will serve three year renewable terms. Meetings shall be held once a month or at the call of the chair.

Current Members:

Christie Nairn – Office of Sustainability

Jelynn Dela Cruz – UMSU
Anna Weier – UMCycle

John Sinclair – Natural Resources Institute (Chair)
David VanVliet – City Planning
Mark Hudson - Sociology
Cary Miller – Native Studies

Administrative Members
Kevin Handkamer – Campus Planning Office
Mark Torchia – The Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning
Steve Cumpsty – Physical Plant
Monique Whitehill – IT Procurement