Canadian International School of Hong Kong Signs The Charter

Canadian International School of Hong Kong Signs The Charter

Please join us in welcoming Canadian International School (CDNIS) as a Founding Member of The Alliance for Sustainable Schools.

Pictured below is the Head of School, Dr. Jane Camblin, signing the Sustainable Schools Charter in the presence of students from the school’s Student Council, Global Goals Council and E-Club, together with Dr. Tim Kaiser, Deputy Head of School, Matthew Schulte, Head of Local and Global Engagement, and Brent MacEachern, Sustainability Coordinator.

 

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CDNIS monitors and reports on its environmental impacts in an annual ESG report, and sustainability is an important consideration in its long-term strategic planning and ongoing investment. The recent refurbishment of its cafeteria and several classrooms included sustainable building materials, daylight sensors, energy efficienct microwave ovens and a green wall. Both works received a platinum rating under the BEAM Plus Interiors v1.0 standard of the Hong Kong Green Building Council.

To become a member, contact us at team@tass-asia.org.