Case studies and innovators from the Sustainable Infrastructure project
While there are no perfect examples of sustainable communities in Canada, there are components of it to be found in projects across the country. These are a series of case studies in Energy, Transportation, Waste Management, Land-Use Planning, and Governance, which you can be browse starting at the bottom of this page (either on-screen or by selecting "printer-friendly version) or by searching and browsing from the left-hand menu.
The case studies were selected on the basis of three key attributes:
Cases demonstrate explicit (and implicit) links among and between the 4 substantive “pillars” of the Canada Research Chair in sustainable community development:
- Place, scale, limits and diversity
- Sustainable community development
- Community Vitality