CRC News Archive

Network Learning - A new video of the MC3 series

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The Meeting the Climate Change Challenge (MC3) project organized a Peer-to-Peer Learning Exchange on January 2013 that brought over 40 climate leaders and champions from across BC to Royal Roads University’s Centre for Dialogue to exchange information about the drivers of climate action and innovations occurring in the province.

An Action Agenda for BC Decision-Makers

Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation: An Action Agenda for BC Decision-Makers has just be released and is available from the publications section of the website.

Visualizing a New Paradigm for Growth and Prosperity

Two mind maps have been released featuring the ideas and outcomes of Degrowth: A Critical Juncture?, CRC Research's workshop on rethinking the meaning of growth and prosperity in current times and exploring alternatives to the traditional economic paradigm of constant growth.

Solutions Agenda - Sustainable Energy Conversation

Solar Panels

The second Solutions Agenda conversation, focusing on the theme of energy, is now available from the website.

Solutions Agenda Energy e-Dialogue - March 15th

Our second e-Dialogue of the Solutions Agenda research project is scheduled for March 15th, 10:00am - 12:00pm PDT or 1:00pm - 3:00pm EDT, focusing on the theme of energy.

New MC3 Case Synopsis Released: Victoria

A new Meeting the Climate Change Challenge (MC3) case study synopsis has been released, featuring the City of Victoria.

Solutions Agenda - Food Security Conversation

Garden and mountain

The first of the Solutions Agenda conversations has been released and is available from the website.

New MC3 Case Synopsis Released: Carbon Neutral Kootenays

A new Meeting the Climate Change Challenge (MC3) case study synopsis has been released, featuring Carbon Neutral Kootenays (CNK), an initiative involving collaboration of communities throughout the Kootenays region of British Columbia.

New HEAD Talks video - Scale: How far did your food travel today?

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To complement our research conducted through the Solutions Agenda project on innovative food projects, we have just released a new HEAD Talks video entitled, Scale: How far did your food travel today?.

Policy Documents in Brief

One of the CRC's research objectives is to make a difference through our research. We also want to contribute to more evidence-based policy-making, especially in our field of sustainable community development. We have produced two policy documents for decision-makers, A Policy Agenda for Canadian Municipalities and An Action Agenda for Rethinking Growth and Prosperity. Recently, we have just prepared two briefing notes that summarize these two documents to give to community leaders and decision-makers.