Presentations

Author(s):
  • Robert Newell
  • Ian Picketts
Date:
Mar 2019
Event:
Scenarios Forum 2019: Forum on Scenarios for Climate and Societal Futures
Author(s):
  • Robert Newell
  • Ian M. Picketts
Date:
Jan 2019
Event:
Fifteenth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic & Social Sustainability

Community engagement and participation is a necessary component of effective integrated community planning and sustainable development. Accordingly, tools used to support planning efforts, such as community systems models, should also incorporate participatory processes in their design and application.

Author(s):
  • Alastair Moore
Date:
Oct 2018
Event:
The 2018 Meeting the Climate Change Challenge Learning Exchange

This presentation was part of the 2018 Meeting the Climate Change Challenge (MC3) Learning Exchange. Alastair Moore discusses the Assessment Framework developed for the MC3

Author(s):
  • François Jost
Date:
Oct 2018
Event:
The 2018 Meeting the Climate Change Challenge Learning Exchange

This presentation was part of the 2018 Meeting the Climate Change Challenge (MC3) Learning Exchange. Dr. François Jost presents on BC local government reporting under the Climate Action Revenue incentive Program (CARIP).

Author(s):
  • Robert Newell
Date:
Oct 2018
Event:
The 2018 Meeting the Climate Change Challenge Learning Exchange

This presentation was part of the 2018 Meeting the Climate Change Challenge (MC3) Learning Exchange. It shares two MC3 research projects, which respectively involved climate action co-benefits and decomposition analysis.

Author(s):
  • Ann Dale
Date:
Oct 2018
Event:
The 2018 Meeting the Climate Change Challenge Learning Exchange

This presentation was part of the 2018 Meeting the Climate Change Challenge (MC3) Learning Exchange. Dr. Ann Dale discusses the outcomes from the second phase of the Meeting the Climate Change Challenge (MC3) project.

Author(s):
  • John Robinson
Date:
Oct 2018
Event:
The 2018 Meeting the Climate Change Challenge Learning Exchange

This presentation was part of the 2018 Meeting the Climate Change Challenge (MC3) Learning Exchange. Dr. John Robinson discusses the outcomes from the first phase of the Meeting the Climate Change Challenge (MC3) project.

Author(s):
  • Robert Newell
  • Ian M. Picketts
Date:
Sep 2018
Event:
Prairie Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers (PCAG) 2018 Annual Meeting

Sustainable community development requires integrated approaches to planning that recognize how local policy and land use can affect interconnected aspects of human wellbeing and the environment. Systems modelling exercises can support integrated planning because they can elucidate relationships and outcomes of social and physical infrastructure decisions.

Author(s):
  • Robert Newell
  • Ann Dale
Date:
Apr 2018
Event:
Tenth International Conference on Climate Change: Impacts & Responses

Engaging in climate action through integrated sustainability strategies can yield benefits for communities in a more effective way 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.

Author(s):
  • Alastair Moore
Date:
Feb 2017
Event:
The 2017 Meeting the Climate Change Challenge Learning Exchange

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.