CRC News Archive

Welcome to MC3 - New Video

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The Meeting the Climate Change Challenge (MC3) project has just released a new video on the CRC HEAD Talks channel that highlights some of the knowledge mobilization and outreach strategies it has engaged in over the course of the project.

New HEAD Talks release - 'a Place called home'

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Created through a partnership between CRC Research and students of Royal Roads University's Professional Communications program, this new HEAD Talks video release explores what contributes to a 'sense of place'.

Climate Change Innovation: 5 Recommendations

The Network for Business Sustainability (NBS) has just released an article, entitled Climate Change Innovation: 5 Recommendations.

The Solutions Agenda conversation on Multi-functional Spaces is now available

The third Solutions Agenda conversation, exploring the role of multi-functional spaces in communities, is now available from the website.

Multi-functional Spaces - New video release on HEADTalks

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Created through a partnership between the Community Research Connections program and students of Royal Roads University's Professional Communications program, this HEADTalks video explores the roles of multi-functional spaces in communities, specifically by 'unpackaging' the multiple functions of urban community gardens. Multi-functional spaces integrate multiple uses or functions in overlapping time and space.

Welcome to HEAD Talks!

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Welcome to HEADTalks!

A Summary of the Climate Action Agenda for BC Decision Makers

We have just released a two page summary of Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation: An Action Agenda for BC Decision-Makers, a report that distills the findings of MC3 and provides recommendations to stimulate more community innovation and implementation of climate change adaptation and mitigation.

The Bigger Picture - A new video released on CRC HEAD Talks

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Created through partnership between Community Research Connections and the University of Alberta, this animation explores the relationship between carbon footprints and income. Specifically, the video shares outcomes and ideas from research conducted by Kennedy, E.H., H. Krahn, and N.T.