CSI Spadina /
Free, but must rsvp to: email@example.com
Sustainable development, environmental justice, climate change. Each is a frame on the most complex systemic challenges our species has ever faced. Over the past 30 years however we've proven adept at achieving global economic growth while our various sustainability challenges have become more dire. Some now contend we need to shift to a new economic system altogether.
Monday, June 1, 2015 - 7:30am to Tuesday, June 2, 2015 - 12:30pm
Ted Rogers School of Management - Ryerson University /
It has been three years since the highly successful Urban Agriculture Summit in Toronto. This year’s Conference will be exploring new developments in Urban Agriculture and Green Infrastructure that have taken place across North America and around the world. On June 1-2 2015, Green Roofs for Healthy Cities is hosting Grey to Green 2015 with a focus on local and regional food systems and resilience.
Each year ESAC hosts its Annual Conference and Annual General Meeting in conjunction with the Congress of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences. The Annual Conference is open to ESAC members and offers an opportunity for participants to share (both in a formal and informal setting) research, ideas and discussions in the field of environmental studies.
Rozanski Hall, University of Guelph /
The goal of the public symposium at UG Rozanski Hall (9 June 2015) is to bring together a variety of knowledgeable people to share their understanding of the Crown's responsibility for reciprocal and meaningful consultation between Indigenous-Western Science knowledge systems in natural resource management and environmental assessments. The symposium will be devoted to a series of selected presentations by informed speakers on critical issues related to implementation of the Crown's Duty to meaningfully consult Indigenous knowledge systems in natural resource management:
A great deal has been written about legal compliance surrounding charities in Canada. Much of that material, however, is highly specialized, hard to understand and sometimes esoteric. As a result, it can be extremely difficult for charities, employees and volunteers to focus in on the issues that are most important for charities.
Sustainability Network and the Institute for Conservation Leadership are co-sponsoring a one day workshop with Andy Robinson. Andy provides training and consulting for non-profits in fundraising, board development, marketing, planning, leadership development, facilitation, and train-the-trainer programs.