Are you Yorkwise?
York University’s Department of Transportation Services in conjunction with Smart Commute North Toronto, Vaughan are participating in Pollution Probe’s Clean Air Commute 2007 taking place this week. One lucky member of the York community who chooses to commute in a sustainable fashion to work this week will win a mountain bike for their efforts to improve the quality of the air.
Transportation Services is challenging faculty, staff and students at York to get involved in the annual Clean Air Commute and play a part in making Canada’s air cleaner. Climate change is one of the most serious issues facing our planet. By working together and improving commuting choices, York faculty, staff and students can help reduce smog and do their bit to fight climate change. It’s easier than you think!
A few small changes in your daily routine can help contribute to cleaner air. Even if you participate in the challenge for one day, you are still helping the cause and can still win a prize for your efforts. Carpool, take transit, cycle, walk, or tune up your car and properly inflate your tires to participate and help improve air quality.
- A Raleigh Mountain Bike, awarded by York’s Transportation Services to a York faculty or staff participant.
- Three grand prizes from Pollution Probe, available to all GTA participants, including a seven-night Caribbean Cruise.
How can you take part in the Clean Air Commute?
During the week of June 18 to 22, make sure to clean air commute to work or school as often as you can. Download a diary card from the Transportation Services Web site, click here to download a PDF version of the card, or collect a card from the Parking Services Office at 222 William Small Centre, Keele campus, or at the Glendon Greenhouse, Glendon campus. Cards are also available from the GO Train shuttle bus. Fill out the card and submit it by the end of the week for your chance to be entered into the prize draws. Return your completed diary card to firstname.lastname@example.org or send via interoffice mail to Transportation Services, 216 William Small Centre, Keele campus.