Research & Innovation
- The University published 630 research papers related to SDG15 between 2017 and 2021, when ranking on the number of publications the University would be outside the top 100.
- In 2022-23 academic year there are 328 undergraduate courses related to SDG15.
The list of courses is available at: https://sustainability.utoronto.ca/resources/inventories/sustainability-course-inventory/
Operations & support
- The Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology (EEB) at the University of Toronto is one of the largest departments of its kind in North America, with internationally renowned and award-winning faculty.
- The Conservation Science Group at the EEB is a collaboration of undergraduate students, graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and faculty interested in conservation science at the University of Toronto.
Outreach & Partnership
- The Rollinson Lab work primarily on reptiles, amphibians, and fishes, combining field experiments, long-term monitoring, and metadata to understand the evolution of life histories, maternal effects on body size, temperature-dependent sex determination, phenotypic responses to climate change, and a variety of other topics.
- The Field Research in Ecology and Evolution Diversified supports undergraduate students who self-identify as Indigenous, Black, and/or Racialized to conduct field research experience in ecology and evolutionary biology (EEB).
THE Impact Rankings
The University of Toronto did not submit data for this SDG in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings.