Stories from 2018–19
James Balog - Seeing intensely
Amy Luers - Bringing together unlikely partners for global sustainability
Ranon Soans - On the front lines of urban resilience
Vada Antonakis - Protecting heritage in the face of climate change
Meryn Severson - Measuring social sustainability in affordable housing
Videos from 2018–19
We’re flushing away more than we think
Nicholas Ashbolt explains the unsustainability of our sewers, and the smart fixes that can save agriculture, halve our energy use, and improve public health!
Lianne Lefsrud on Alberta’s capacity to rapidly transition to renewable energy
Fractious pipeline politics dominate Alberta's news these days, but this debate could hide a latent and growing desire for innovation on clean energy. As Lianne Lefsrud sees it, Alberta's forward-thinking spirit means we could transition to renewable energy much faster than many expect.
Experience what it means to live sustainably
When Mary Beckie switched from bio-tech to organic farming, she also re-evaluated her own lifestyle. As someone who teaches sustainability, was she doing enough to experience it herself?
That’s how things change politically, socially and economically
Cindy Gaudet returned to her ancestral home in Saskatchewan for a major community-based research project on Metis women's wellness. She explains how women gathering and visiting creates transformative change in her community. And what lessons can be drawn for building community back in the halls of the academy.
What every university graduate should know about sustainability
How can we lift the sustainable living conditions for everyone, if we're not talking about social stratification? For Naomi Krogman, inequality is a key factor in sustainability that every university graduate should understan.