President's Advisory Committee on Sustainability

The intent of the President's Advisory Committee on Sustainability (PACS) is to support the vision of the Strategic Plan and help guide the University of Regina in ensuring that the best insight, knowledge, leadership and high ethical standards regarding sustainability are brought to decisions around sustainable operations, education, research, performance evaluation and community service.


Provost and Vice-President (Academic), CHAIR - ex-officio
Associate Vice-President (Faciliites Management) - ex-officio
Representative, RCE Saskatchewan (Regional Centre of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development)
Representative, Consortium for Global Change Management
Two Academic Members, appointed by the President of the University of Regina
Two Administrative Members, selected by the Vice-President (Administration)
Two Student Members, one undergraduate student selected by URSU, and one graduate student selected by the GSA

Technical Advisor - Sustainability Coordinator

The Terms of Reference for President's Advisory Committee on Sustainability (180KB) PDF

2018-19 PACS Meeting Dates (568KB) PDF

If you have an agenda item you would like PACS to consider, please contact Bryanna Butz
or 306-585-5266.

Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)

Our institution is a member of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE). AASHE is an organization of colleges and universities that are working to advance sustainability in higher education.

AASHE membership covers everyone on campus.  As members, we all have access to AASHE’s online resources and opportunities for networking, information sharing, collaboration, and professional development.

Anyone at our institution can create their own account to access member-only pages on AASHE’s website and receive member discounts.  To create an individual account, go to create member account and complete the user profile using your campus email address.  After you receive your password by email, go to the login page, enter your email address (username) and new password, and you will have access to all locked resources. Email webmaster@aashe.orgif you have any difficulty with this process.

If you have any questions about AASHE or our benefits as a member, email Again, every individual on our campus can take advantage of these membership benefits from AASHE, so be sure to set up an account!