On Friday, February 24, 2017, the MC3 2.0 Research Team hosted a virtual Peer-to-Peer Learning Exchange with a group of policy-makers and practitioners as well as leaders from NGO’s and the private sector.
Advancements in communication technologies have provided new ways of connecting diverse, geographical-dispersed groups and engaging in collaborative research efforts. This is critical as we face increasing pressures from complex global problems, such as climate change, that require innovative thinking generated through networks that extend across disciplines and sectors.
This presentation made to the recent Spaces and Flows conference in Amsterdam, on November 23, 2013. Professor Ann Dale, Dr. Lenore Newman and Rob Newell explore what makes a place special, how people move through a space, what makes a person keep coming back again and again. The dynamic interplay of place, space, and time is examined through the video's imagery and flow.
Presented on May 30th at the 2012 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Synoikismos: Overcoming the Terrorism of the Either/Or is Professor Ann Dale's Wiley Lecture on the importance of applying trans-disciplinary knowledge to complex problems.
Presented at the International Conference on Degrowth in the Americas (Montreal, May 13th to May 19th 2012), Degrowth: A Critical Juncture? summarizes the outcomes of our regional preparatory workshop on degrowth held at Royal Roads (March 30th, 2012)
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