25% of new housing built in Edmonton since 2010 are infill homes located in Edmonton’s core and mature areas, reaching a goal set by the city when it established its infill roadmap. This change has
Earlier this month, two European governments announced preventative and proactive measures to tackle environmental degradation and the climate crisis. In Venice, 700 cruise ships brought 1.6 million
Community planning is a complicated process that requires understanding the relationships between, and implications for, human and ecological systems. Systems models can support community planning
There are many development conflicts across the country and in many cases, the developers normally win, against the wishes of the community. The question I have is why don’t political decision-makers
"The rethink of the economy is an opportunity. . .A level-headed reassessment of public debt could lead to the green public investment necessary to fight climate change. And governments could unleash
COVID-19 has given the world a pause, a time to reflect while we have more time on our hands as we stay home more than we ever have. But what are some of those possibilities? This interview with
I just finished reading the O’Hagan Essay on Public Affairs by Chris Turner in the November issue of the Walrus. It is a refreshing balanced article on Canada’s progress on the climate file.
It is interesting to see the difference between the Ontario government and BC government plans to meet their climate change commitments. The new BC plan, Clean BC, was just announced and requires all