This year, UBC’s Campus as a Living Lab (CLL) Fund Competition distributed a total funding envelope of $200K to support innovative projects that address UBC's strategic sustainability priorities and embody the principles of a living lab. Below is a summary of the awarded projects, who will receive up to $50,000 to accelerate their work.

This project aims to advance the strategic priority area of Climate Action through education and research focused on GHG emissions reductions.
This project sets out to answer the question: how do we create sustainable, culturally-safe and inclusive Indigenous-centred place-based campus recreation?
As UBC continues to grow, the campus offers the opportunity to create a living, responsive, and dynamic lab by piloting the use of smarter technologies for natural asset management and planning.
The Community Food Security Hub is an opportunity to support community-led action to promote health and wellbeing and a food secure campus community.