Articles

Engaging in climate action through integrated sustainability strategies can yield benefits for communities in more effective ways than through compartmentalized approaches. Such strategies can result in co-benefits, that is, community benefits that occur from acting on climate change that extend beyond mitigation and adaptation.

Journal Title:
The Solutions Journal
Journal Number:
9
Journal Volume:
4
Journal Title:
Journal of Cleaner Production
Journal Number:
1
Journal Volume:
197
Journal Pages:
1423-1434

Decomposition analysis provides a potentially powerful means for analyzing community greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions data. However, this form of analysis is typically conducted at larger geographical scales (i.e., national and state/provincial levels), which leaves questions around how to apply this methodology to local and regional contexts.

Journal Title:
Ecology and Society
Journal Number:
2
Journal Volume:
23
Journal Pages:
13

Despite decades of debate and policy interventions, the wicked social-ecological problem of anthropogenic climate change continues to threaten the sustainability of local communities. Impacts resulting from a rapidly changing climate are now inevitable yet variable in their nature and timing, depending on the extent to which local communities can respond.

Journal Title:
Encyclopedia of Business and Professional Ethics

 

Journal Title:
The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies
Journal Number:
12
Journal Volume:
3
Journal Pages:
17-35
Journal Title:
Cogent Social Sciences
Journal Number:
1
Journal Volume:
1

Data visualizations can serve as an integral component of online climate change research dissemination strategies, as they are effective and efficient ways for attracting diverse public audiences and delivering research information in a timely fashion.

Journal Title:
Alternatives Magazine
Journal Number:
41
Journal Volume:
1
Journal Pages:
77-79

The February 2015 issue of Alternatives was a feature edition about the work of Sustainable Canada Dialogues project.

This paper explores the role that Internet and online technologies played in research dissemination and knowledge mobilization in a recent climate change research project, MC3. In addition, the team looked at the potential of on-line expert-practitioner research collaborations for these purposes.

Journal Number:
1
Journal Volume:
4

This article details novel research methodology developed through a researcher-practitioner partnership and employed in a three-phase research effort that explored relationships between the co-operative model and sustainable development.