Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment
Completed for use during the G8 Summit in June 2010, the Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment is an extension of the University of Waterloo main campus. This venue features exceptional
meeting and lecture facilities to accommodate groups up to 150
participants. It is not only perfect for program residents and field exercises but also for larger community events, academic and
professional training courses, meetings, conferences and workshops.
The building is located at 87 Forbes Hill Drive overlooking Cann Lake and situated within the greater Canada Summit Centre
property, centrally located amongst rocks, lakes and trees that give
Muskoka its breath-taking vistas.
Established through a partnership between the Town of Huntsville and
the University of Waterloo, in co-operation with the federal government,
is a research and learning facility for environmental and ecological
sustainability. Supports the work of researchers in the Centre for Ecosystem Resilience and Adaption, as well as host other University of Waterloo activities such as training programs, conferences and workshops.
The centre is the site for training programs for mid-career
professionals in such areas as ecosystem restoration, strategic
environmental assessment, sustainable tourism, environmental planning
and green business as well as undergraduate and graduate courses and
workshops on topics such as climate change, tourism, land-use planning
and local economic development.
The Resident Style accommodations can house 45 people.
For information about the diverse venues, unique events and memorable experiences available at the Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment, please see the sales packages:
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