Wannabe Toxic Free – January 26, 2024

Posted: January 10, 2024

WTF? I Wannabe Toxic Free: Awareness, Agency, and Collective Action

Join the free campaign fair hosted by Trinity College Integrated Sustainability Initiative, U of T School of Environment, and the Women’s Healthy Environments Network (WHEN), a non-profit promoting awareness of the environment as a key determinant of public health.

This year, WHEN’s WTF campaign will involve U of T student art, music, embodied practices, U of T faculty & community panelists, information networking booths, and take home free prizes.

This event will inspire an embodied awareness of our health as an integral part of our environment through art and science, and will cultivate an understanding of the social injustices of environmental degradation and the systemic legal and political changes necessary for a better future. There are two sessions exploring toxics from: recent science, social disparities, legal reform, activism, prevention, corporeal/psychological experiences, and agency. Panelists will discuss embodied and scientific awareness of toxic harms, their social inequalities, and necessary political change. See event poster below.

  • Friday, Jan. 26, 2024 – Afternoon Session (2 pm to 5 pm): includes seating for our first panel, Systemic Injustices of Toxics: on environmental toxics, gender, racialization & sex
  • Friday, Jan. 26, 2024 – Evening Session (5 pm to 8 pm): includes seating for Exposure Prevention In-Practice: Holistic care, corporeal citizenship, & conscious connection to self & planet
  • Register – tickets are by session (afternoon & evening) and are free of charge: if you are interested in attending the whole event from 2 pm to 8 pm, please register for each session. All are welcome to attend.
  • Location: Seeley Hall at Trinity College (6 Hoskin Ave)

Join us and support sustainable local organizations and build community with other like-minded folks!

Register for Wannabe Toxic Free


  • Wannbe Toxic Free: Jan. 26, 2024 poster