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Climate Action Plan for Canada by the SCD Initiative

March 18, 2015

Acting on Climate Chance – Solutions by Canadian Scholars
(The Report is available for download below)
The Sustainable Canada Dialogues (SCD) is a voluntary initiative that mobilizes over 60 researchers from every province in Canada. This network of scholars represents disciplines across Engineering,  sciences and social sciences, sustainability being at the heart of their research programs. They […]

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Top ten myths of behaviour change

April 3, 2012

This video is from the Recycling Council of B.C.’s 2011 annual conference where Ruben Anderson, communications specialist for Metro Vancouver, addresses and debunks the top ten myths of behaviour change.
If you don’t have time to watch the whole thing, watch from 15:40 to the end – really interesting stuff and I particularly liked his comments […]

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March 1, 2012

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Climate Change Confusion and Communication: Food for Thought

March 1, 2012

Article: Whats blocking sustainability? Human nature, cognition, and denial (William Rees, University of British Columbia, Canada, 2010)
“For decades, our best science has suggested that staying on our present growth-based path to global development implies catastrophe for billions of people and undermines the possibility of maintaining a complex global civilization. Yet there is scant evidence that national governments, […]

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