Canada’s Map to Sustainability 41.1
Canada is on the cusp of embracing and implementing sustainability, and this issue is our map to getting there. In the most important issue that A\J has published in our 44-year history, we team up with leading Canadian scholars to chart our country’s path toward a sustainable future.
This special issue of A\J is a collaboration with Sustainable Canada Dialogues/Dialogues pour un Canada vert (SCD), a group of over 60 scholars who have identified sustainable solutions in each of their specialized fields.
Canada's Map to Sustainabiity is on newsstands now.
A\J's creative director explains the meaning behind some of this issue's imagery.
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The issue itself is just the beginning. We invite you to share your thoughts in the comments section at the bottom of each article below.
Comments on "Climate Action" will be considered in the creation of a white paper on how Canada can achieve sustainability. You can also download the full position paper, Acting on Climate Change: Solutions by Canadian Scholars by Catherine Potvin et al., at the bottom of the excerpt.
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In this issue:
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