Research & Innovation
- The University published 683 papers related to SDG2 between 2017 and 2021, making them the 77th institution in the world by the number of publications.
- In 2022-23 academic year there are 101 undergraduate courses related to SDG2.
The list of courses is available at: https://sustainability.utoronto.ca/resources/inventories/sustainability-course-inventory/
Operations & support
- U of T Food Services have made a series of commitments to Sustainability Initiatives such as:
- Mealcare: a student-run program that helps re-direct surplus food to those in need.
- Donations to the UTUS Food Bank: which provides support to students and students with families.
- Campus as Living Lab: collaboration with students to prepare a framework forwards a Sustainable Food Policy document and other initiatives.
- Commitments to bring more sustainable, plant-based food to menus.
Outreach & Partnership
- The mission of the Canadian Centre for World Hunger Research (CCWHR) at the University of Toronto Scarborough is to advance global food security through the development and innovative application of cutting-edge science and technology. The Centre will strive to deliver major improvements in the productivity and sustainability of the world’s leading crops, particularly in the context of the needs of the developing world. In addition, the Centre will play a leading role in educating the Canadian public about hunger and its alleviation.
THE Impact Rankings
The University of Toronto did not submit data for this SDG in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings.