Climate Action Niagara is thankful for the support of the Brock University community. Our programs have been enhanced by their contributions to research, marketing assistance and volunteer participation.
Ontario Public Interest Research Group at Brock (OPIRG-Brock)
OPIRG-Brock is a non-profit, student-funded and student-directed organization, which encourages and supports research, education and action on social justice and environmental issues.
The Brock University chapter was formed by the student body in 1988 and is one of eleven chapters in Ontario. OPIRG-Brock is governed by a Board of Directors which is made up of Brock students and members of the community who are elected at an Annual General Meeting. Working collectively, making decisions by consensus in an inclusive and fully participatory environment. The Resource Centre, as well as all OPIRG events are open to students and members of the surrounding community.
Brock Faculty of Business
Marketing students from the Brock Faculty of Business created our Climate Action Niagara "Good Planets are Hard to Come By" brochure.
Department of Residences
The Brock Department of Residences coodinates volunteer days in late summer and the early Fall, organizing students and student leaders to do 'hands on' work -digging, expanding, composting and weeding in the gardens of the Niagara Community Garden Network.