[Sust-mar] Public lecture - Taking Community Action on Sustainability: the Canmore Experience - please circulate

Clare Levin coordinator at atlanticsustainability.ca
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Taking Community Action on Sustainability: the Canmore Experience
Friday, April 18, 2008 7:30 pm 
Room 1009, Kenneth Rowe Management Building, Dalhousie University, 6100
University Ave., Halifax 
Public lecture with Bart Robinson, Program Director of the Bow Valley
Sustainability Hub, Canmore, AB
Bart Robinson is the Program Director of the Bow Valley Sustainability Hub
in Canmore, Alberta. He served as the coordinator for The Natural Step to a
Sustainable Canmore in 2005 and 2006, and has subsequently become a Senior
Sustainability Associate with the Natural Step Canada. In former years, he
was an award-winning journalist, one of the founding editors of Equinox
Magazine, the Executive Director of the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation
Initiative, and a consultant with Business Design Associates. He recently
completed two years as a Research Associate at the Yale School of Forestry
and Environmental Studies, and his interests encompass large-scale
conservation, sustainability, and community stewardship.
Please join us to learn more about Canmore's experience, about what we are
doing here in Atlantic Canada to make our region more sustainable, and about
how you can take action on sustainability in your own community.

Free public lecture, all are welcome!

This lecture is organized by the Atlantic Canada Sustainability Initiative
and is sponsored by Aliant and the School for Resource and Environmental
Studies at Dalhousie University.
For more information, please see www.atlanticsustainability.ca 
Clare Levin
Project Coordinator
Atlantic Canada Sustainability Initiative
p: (902) 830-1120
f: (902) 405-1221
e: coordinator at atlanticsustainability.ca
Skype: clare.levin

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