The second video of the Meeting the Climate Change Challenge (MC3) Video Series has been released.
MC3 Research Associate, Dr. Sarah Burch (Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability, UBC), discusses the concept of a 'development pathway' and what it means to form a 'sustainable development pathway'. Dr. Burch discusses the importance of creating development pathways that comprehensively capture the complexities of community and address the social, economic and environment imperatives of sustainability. Dr. Burch refers to examples from the MC3case study of Revelstoke to provide practical context for this discussion on sustainable development pathways.
The video can be seen above or found on the CRC HEAD Talks channel, as the most recently featured video.