2010: Governance for Sustainable Development: As if it Mattered?
View the videos from some of the leading thinkers across the country from the community dialogue hosted at Royal Roads University on January 27, 2007:
|Dr. Art Hanson|
The bio-economic imperative
|Dr. John Robinson|
The climate change imperative
The ecological imperative
|Joe Van Bellenghem|
The business imperative
Perspectives on Governance for Sustainable Community Development
Watch the videos from the meeting of leading sustainable development scholars, mentors and fellows from the Trudeau Foundation[AF1] .
|Monique Begin, Trudeau Mentor|
What is the most important challenge in the issue of Canadian sustainable development?
|Ann Dale, Trudeau Fellow|
How do we translate research into practice?
What is the most important thing we can do for the environment or sustainable development?
|Alain Desire Nimubona, Trudeau Scholar|
Quelles actions devraient etre prises pour attendre des objectifs en developpement durable?
|Jason Luckerhoff, Trudeau Scholar|
Dans une perspective communicationnelle, pouvez-vous nous dire quelles sont les difficultees rencontrees en vue d'atteindre les differents publics au sujet des problemes environnementaux?
|Arthur Hanson, Trudeau Mentor|
Do we need a national sustainability strategy in Canada?
Do you think the north is really endangered by climate change?
|David Boyd, Trudeau Scholar|
What are the most important things we can do to confront our environmental challenges?
|Fredrick Lowy, Senior Advisor to the President, Trudeau Foundation|
Is there a link between health and the environment?
|Prateep Nayak, Trudeau Scholar|
How does your research relate to the topic of environmental sustainability?
|Rebecca Pollock, Trudeau Scholar|
How did you come to realise that community development is an important issue?
How do you see this research being translated into action?
|Robert Huish, Trudeau Scholar|
Why is environmental sustainability such an important policy issue?
|To view other videos or to see the report, go to www.trudeaufoundation.ca|
|What is Sustainable Community?|
A discussion on sustainable community development in Canada with Elizabeth May, former Executive Director, Sierra Club of Canada and Ann Dale, CRC Chair, and Trudeau Fellow.
|An informal conversation with Yuill Herbert|
Ann Dale, Principal Investigator, in an informal conversation with Yuill Herbert, CRC Board Member and community activist. This 33 minute dialogue discusses wide ranging topics such as the meaning of community, governance and civil society, institutional change and finally, social change.
|United We Can, Downtown Eastside Vancouver|
Led by Ken Lyotier, this street charity’s first business was the United We Can Bottle Deposit which opened in January 1995. It now serves thousands of inner city residents every month and recycles millions of containers each year.