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Ann Dale


Director, Program Head and Professor


Environment and Sustainability


Ann Dale held her university’s first Canada Research Chair (2004-2014), is a Trudeau Alumna (2004), and a Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Sciences. Her research focuses on climate pollution, governance, sustainable community development, social capital and agency, as well as novel research dissemination tools and techniques, including research curation. She led a twelve-year research project on climate innovations in BC communities in partnership with UBC, SFU and Washington State University. Professor Dale is a recognized leader in virtual real-time conversations and the production of useful knowledge for decision-makers through developing evidence-based policy agendas. She also leads a national biodiversity education program using social media channels to increase public literacy leading to actions on the ground.


Professor Dale brings extensive government experience to her teaching and research with expertise in machinery of government issues, strategic policy development and communication strategies. A former executive in the Federal Government she was one of the two civil servants behind the creation of the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy; and worked on special assignments including the creation of the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, the Privy Council, the Task Forces on Natural Resource Reform and Regulatory Affairs, and the Treasury Board.


Volunteer of the Year, Nature Canada, 2019

Canada’s Most Powerful Women, Top 100, Sun Life Financial Traiblazers and Trendsetters (2016)

CUFA Paz Buttedahl Distinguished Career Academic Award (2014)

Canada Council for the Arts, Molson Prize for the Social Sciences (2013)

Canada Research Chair in Sustainable Community Development (2004-2014)

2009 Bissett Award for Distinctive Contributions to the Public Sector

Trudeau Fellow, May 2004 to April, 2007

Profiles as one of the top 25 minds in British Columbia, BC Business Magazine (June 2002)

Policy Research Initiative Award for Outstanding Research Contribution to Public Policy for her first book, At the Edge: Sustainable Development in the 21st Century (2001)

PhD, Natural Resources Sciences, Dean’s Honour List, McGill University (1999)

M.A., Public Administration, Carleton University (1994)

B.A. Psychology, Carleton University, (1975)



Chapters in Books

Dale, A. & Leighton, H. (2020). Edge-ucation by design. In D. Wright, & S. Hill, (Eds.). Social ecology: Applying ecological understanding to educational systems for the sake of our planet. Stroud GL. UK: Hawthorne Press,

Leighton, H. and A. Dale. (2019). Chapter 4: Where living and learning meet: Bringing the classroom into the city. In K. Kremers, A. Liepins, and A. York, (Eds.). Developing change agents: Innovative practices for sustainability leadership. Montreal, QC: McGill Publication

Dale, A., S. Burch and J. Robinson. (2018). Multi-level governance of sustainability transitions in Canada: Policy alignment, innovation, and evaluation. In Climate Change in Cities: Innovations in Multi-Level Governance, Editors S. Hughes, E. Chu and S. Mason. Springer

Newell, R. and A. Dale. (2015). Meeting the climate change challenge (MC3): The role of the internet in climate change research dissemination and knowledge mobilization. Routledge Press

Dale, A., J. Luckerhoff and F. Guillemette. 2012. Real Time On-Line Conversations. In Vannini, P. (ed.), Popularizing Research: Engaging New Media, Genres, and Audiences. New York: Peter Lang

Dale, A. 2012. Introduction. Urban Sustainability: Reconnecting Space and Place. Toronto: University of Toronto Press

Robinson, P. and A. Dale. 2012. Generational responses. Why a third? Urban Sustainability: Reconnecting Space and Place. Toronto: University of Toronto Press

Dale, A. 2012. United we can-a street charity that makes a difference. Urban Sustainability: Reconnecting Space and Place. Toronto: University of Toronto Press

Dale, A. and B. Dushenko. 2012. Conclusions. Urban Sustainability: Reconnecting Space and Place. Toronto: University of Toronto Press

Dale, A. 2008. Governance for sustainable development: As if it mattered? In G. Toner and J.Meadowcroft. (eds.). Innovation, Science and Environment 2009-2010. Special Edition—Charting Sustainable Development in Canada 1987-2007, McGill-Queen’s University Press

Dale, A. and L. Newman. 2007. Sustainable Development and On-Line Dialogue. In Tansey, J. and Robinson, J., Interactive Sustainability, London: Earthscan

Dale, A. and L. Newman. 2007. Governance for Integrated Resource Management. In K.S. Hanna and D.S. Slocombe (eds.), Integrated Resource and Environmental Management: Concepts and Practice. Oxford and Toronto: Oxford University Press

Dale, A. 2005. Social capital and sustainable community development. Is there a relationship? In A Dynamic Balance: Social Capital and Sustainable Community Development. Vancouver: UBC Press

Dale, A. 2005. Reflections. In A Dynamic Balance: Social Capital and Sustainable Community Development. Vancouver: UBC Press

Dale, A. 2005. Linking industry and ecology in Canada: A question of design.
In Industrial Ecology: A Question of Design? Vancouver: UBC Press

Dale, A. 1998. Introduction. In Sustainability, Development, and Communities across Canada. Vancouver: UBC Press

Dale, A. and S.B. Hill. 1996. Biodiversity Conservation: A Decision-Making Context. In A. Dale. and J. Robinson (eds.) Achieving Sustainable Development. Vancouver: UBC Press

Articles in Refereed Journals

Newell, R., I. Picketts, I. and A. Dale. (2020). Community systems models and development scenarios for integrated planning: Lessons learned from a participatory approach.  Community Development, 1-22, doi: 10.1080/15575330.2020.1772334

Noble, M., H. Leighton, and A. Dale. (2020, in review). Stepping toward a sense of place: A choreography of natural and social science. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education. Special  issue,  “Navigating Paradoxes in Sustainability Education”

Hodson, J., Dale, A. & Clifton-Ross, J. (in press). Sustainability issue communication and student social media engagement: Recommendations for climate communicators. Journal of Digital and Social Media Marketing

Jost, F; Dale, A; Newell, R., Robinson, J. (2020, in press). Climate action assessment in three small municipalities in British Columbia: advancements vis-à-vis major neighboring cities. Current Research in Environmental Sustainability

Dale, A., J. Robinson, L. King, S. Burch, R. Newell, A. Shaw and F. Jost. (2019). Meeting the climate change challenge: local government climate action in British Columbia, Canada. Climate Policy, DOI: 10.1080/14693062.2019.1651244 

Dale, A., J. Clifton-Ross, F. Jost, H. Leighton, J. Hodson and M. Bernard. (2019). Biodiversity and Climate Change Research: Harnessing the Power of Art, Science and Social Media. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship, Special Edition

Clermont, H. J., Dale, A., Reed, M. G., & King, L. (2019). Sense of place as a source of tension in Canada’s west coast energy conflicts. Coastal management47(2), 189-206

Clifton-Ross, J., Dale, A., & Newell, R. (2019). Frameworks and models for disseminating curated research outcomes to the public. SAGE Open, 9(2), 2158244019840112.

Hodson, J. (2019). An ecological model of marketing ecology-related policy: Communication and climate science related attitude change. Cogent Social Sciences. n.p. Available at

Hodson, J., A. Dale and J. Clifton-Ross. (2019). Sustainability, deliberative dialogue and ICTs: A case study of a purpose driven dialogic platform. Javnost. The Public.

Jost, F., Dale, A., and Schwebel, S. (2019). How positive is “change” in climate change? A sentiment analysis. Environmental science & policy96, 27-36

Clermont, H., A. Dale, L. King and M. Reed. (2018). Appreciating values diversity in environment versus economy conflicts. Solutions, 9(4), October

Moore, A., L. King, A. Dale and R. Newell. (2018). Toward an integrated framework for development path analysis. Ecology and Society, 23(2): 13

Hodson, J., A. Dale, and J. Clifton-Ross. (2018). Sharing Sustainability: A content curation case study of Canada Research Connections. Journal of Digital & Social Media Marketing, (3): 1-13

Newell, R., A. Dale and M. Roseland. (2018). Climate action co-benefits and integrated community planning: Uncovering the synergies and trade-offs. International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses, v. 10(4),

Clifton, J., A. Dale and R. Newell. (submitted). What is 21st Century Research Curation? Journal of Public Science and Communication

Dale A. (2018) Environmental Ethics and Sustainability. In: Poff D., Michalos A. (eds) Encyclopedia of Business and Professional Ethics. Springer, Cham

Dale, A. (in press). Synoikismos. Overcoming the Terrors of the Either/Or. In N. Krogman and G. Machlis (eds.), The Future of Sustainability Science, Scholarship and Education at Canadian and American Universities. University of Alberta Press

Hodson, J. A. Dale and B. Petersen. (2018). Agent of Change or Echo Chamber: A Content and Network Analysis of Climate Change Discourses on Instagram. Environmental Communications, 12(3/4),

Dale, A. (2015). Prioritizing policy. Protecting nature by ensuring that the law is for the land. Alternatives Magazine, 41(1): 77-79

Bieler, A., Haluza-DeLay, and A. Dale. (2017). A national overview of climate change education policy: Policy coherence between subnational climate and education policies in Canada (K-12). Journal of Education for Sustainable Development.

Moore, A., L. King, A. Dale and R. Newell. (2018). Toward an integrative framework for local development path analysis. Ecology and Society 23(2): 13  [online] URL:

Potvin, C. et al. (2017). Excerpt of Acting on Climate Change: Solutions from Canadian Scholars. The Journal of Environment Investing 6(1), available from  http//

Potvin, C. et al. (2017). Re-energizing Canada. Pathways for a Low Carbon Economy. Lead Author for Governance Section

Newell, R., A. Dale and C. Winters. (2016). A picture is worth a thousand data points: Exploring visualizations as tools for connecting the public to climate change research. Cogent Social Sciences 2: 1201885

Potvin, C., A. Dale et al. (2016). Canadian Scholars Help Drive Positive Engagement in Climate Policy. FACETS

Potvin, C. et al. (2014). Acting on Climate Change. Solutions from Canadian Scholars. McGill University

Dale, A., L. Newman, and R. Newell. (2014). Patterns of our footsteps: Topohilia, rhythm, and diversity in urban landscapes. Spaces and Flows: An International Journal of Urban and ExtraUrban Studies, 4(2): 85-93

Lyotier, K. and A. Dale. (submitted). Agency: Characteristics and practice. Canadian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

Newell, R., A. Dale, Y. Herbert, F. Duguid, R. Foon and P. Hough. (2015). Trans-disciplinary Research: An Academic-Practitioner Partnership Investigating the Relationship between the Cooperative Model and Sustainability. RIMCIS-Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Sciences, 4(1): 23-53, doi: 10.17583/rimcis.2015.02

Newell, R. and A. Dale (submitted). Social Media and Research: Mobilizing Knowledge and Building On-line Community. The Social Science Journal

Newell, R. and A. Dale. (2015). Meeting the climate change challenge (MC3): The role of the internet in climate change research dissemination and knowledge mobilization. Environmental Communications, 9(2): 208-227. Featured in Science for Environment Policy

Newell, R. and A. Dale. (2014). Mapping the complexities of on-line dialogue: An analytical model. Forum: Qualitative Social Research 15 (2), http://www.qualitative-

Newell, R. and A. Dale. (2014). Representation cartographique des complexites d’un Dialogue en ligne. Une technique de modelisation analytique. Approches inductive sur Erudit, 1(1), pp. 1-29

Shaw, A., S. Burch, F. Kristensen, J. Robinson, and A. Dale. (2014). Accelerating the sustainability transition: Exploring synergies between adaptation and mitigation in British Columbian communities. Global Environmental Change

Burch, S., A. Shaw, A. Dale and J. Robinson. (2014). Triggering transformative change:
A development path approach to climate response in communities. Climate Policy, DOI 10.1080/14693062.2014.876342

Dale, A. (2013). Agency: Individual ‘Fit’ and Sustainable Community Development. Community Development Journal, doi:10.1093/cdj/bst055

Newman, L. and A. Dale (2013). Celebrating the mundane: Nature and the built environment. Environmental Values, 22(3): 401-413

Newman, L. and A. Dale (in press). Spatial structure and the sustainable city: Neighbourhoods of nature, food, and flaneurs, Sustainability: Science Practice and Policy

Dale, A. and L. Newman. 2010. All things counter, original, spare, strange: Why are we so bad at difference? Canadian Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, 1(1): 38-43

Dale, A. and J. Sparkes. 2011. The ‘agency’ of sustainable community development. Community Development, 46(4): 476-492

Dale, A., C. Ling and L. Newman. 2010. Community vitality: the role of community-level resilience adaptation and innovation in sustainable development. Sustainability 2(1): 215-231, doi:10.3390/su2010215

Dale, A., L. Newman and C. Ling. 2010. Facilitating trans-disciplinary research teams through on-line collaboration. The International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 11(1): 36-48

Dale, A. and L. Newman. 2009. Sustainable development for some: “green” urban development and affordability. Local Environment 14(7): 669-683

Dale, A. and Newman, L. 2008. Social capital: A necessary and sufficient condition. Community Development Journal, doi:10.1093/cdj/bsn028

Dale, A., C. Ling, and L. Newman, 2008. Does place matter? Sustainable community development in three Canadian communities. Ethics, Place, and Environment, doi:10.1080/13668790802559676

Dale, A. and J. Sparkes. 2008. Protecting ecosystems: Social capital and network structure. Community Development Journal 43(2):143-156 doi:10.1093/cdj/bsm007 (originally published online 2007).

Dale, A. 2007. Sustainable cities: Fact or fiction? Environments 35(1): 101-107

Newman, L. and A. Dale. 2007. Homophily and agency: creating effective sustainable development networks. Environment, Development and Sustainability 9(1): 79-90

Dale, A. and L. Newman. 2007. Sustainable community development. Networks and resilience. Environments 34(2): 17-27

Dale, A. and L. Newman. 2006. e-Dialogues: a role in interactive sustainable development? The Integrated Assessment Journal, Bridging Sciences and Policy 6(4): 131-141

Dale, A. and L. Newman. 2006. An on-line synchronous e-Dialogue series on nuclear waste management in Canada. Applied Environmental Education and Communication, 5 (4): 243-251

Dale, A. 2005. A perspective on the evolution of e-Dialogues concerning interdisciplinary research on sustainable development in Canada. Ecology and Society, 10(1): 37,

Dale, A. and L. Newman. 2005. Sustainable Development, Education and Literacy. Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 6(4): 351-362

Dale, A. and L. Newman. 2005. The Role of Agency in Sustainable Local Community Development. Local Environment, 10(5): 477-486

Dale, A. and L. Newman. 2005. The Role of On-Line Dialogue in the Creation of Policy Alternatives. Canadian Review of Social Policy, 55: 99-103

 Dale, A. and T. Naylor. 2005. Dialogue and Public Space: An Exploration of Radio and Information Communications Technologies. In Canadian Journal of Political Science, 38(1): 203-225

Dale, A. 2002. The Politics of Sustainable Development. UNESCO Life Support Series.
New York: United Nations

Dale, A. 2001. Biodiversity and Sustainable Development. UNESCO Life Support Series. New York: United Nations

Dale, A. 1996. A Charter of Rights for the Environment. Winnipeg, Manitoba: The International Institute for Sustainable Development Web Site

Hanna, K., A. Dale, and C. Ling. 2009. Social capital and quality of place: Reflections on growth and change in a small town. Local Environment, 14(1): 33-46

Hanna, K., C. Ling. and A. Dale. 2009. A template for integrated community sustainability planning. Journal of Environmental Management, 44(2): 228-242, doi:10.1007/s00267-009-9315-7

Ling, C. and A. Dale. (in press). Agency and social capital: characteristics and dynamics. Community Development Journal

Ling, C. and A. Dale (2010), Nature, place and the creative class: Three Canadian case studies, Landscape and Urban Planning, doi: 10.1016/j.landurbplan.2010.11.006

Newman, L., A. Dale and D. Nixon. 2012. The frog dilemma: Urban stream restoration and the nature/culture dialectic. Environments Journal, 38(1): 19-32

Newman, L, A. Dale and C. Ling. 2011. Meeting on the edge: Urban spaces and the diffusion of the novel. Spaces and Flows. An International Journal of Urban and ExtraUrban Studies, 1(1)

Newman, L. and A. Dale. 2009. In praise of mundane nature. Alternatives 35(2): 33-35

Newman, L. and A. Dale. 2009. Large footprints in a small world: toward a macro-economics of scale. Sustainability: Science, Practice, and Policy, 5(1): 1-11

Newman, L., L. Waldron, A. Dale and K. Carrier. 2008. Sustainable urban community development from the grass roots: Challenges and opportunities in a pedestrian street initiative. Local Environment 13(2): 129-139.

Newman, L. and A. Dale. 2008. Limits to growth rates in an ethereal economy. Futures 40(3): 261-267.

Newman, L. and A. Dale. 2007. Homophily and agency: creating effective sustainable development networks. In Environment, Development and Sustainability 9(1): 79-90

Newman, L. and A. Dale 2005. Network Structure, Diversity, and Proactive Resilience Building: a Response to Tompkins and Adger. Ecology and Society 10 (1): r2. [online] URL:

Edwards, M. J. Onyx and A. Dale. 2005. Centre for Australian Community Organisations and Management (CACOM) Working Paper Series, No. 70,

Non-Refereed Publications

Clifton-Ross, J., Dale, A, and Hodson, J. (2019). Academic Research Curation Best Practices Guide. Victoria, CA: Changing the


Dale, A., King, L., Behan-Pelletier, L., Bazely, D., Beckel, B., Carr, D., … Mathieu-Vettese, S. (2019) Biodiversity Conservation: A call for action for Canadian decision-makers. Victoria, CA: Changing the Conversation

Dale, A. 2018. Edging Forward. Achieving Sustainable Community Development. Tatamagouche, N.S.: Fernweh Press

MC3. 2017. Preliminary Report. Energy Decomposition Analysis: A Methodological Exploration. BC Community Energy Emissions Inventory (CEEI)

Dale, A., R. Foon, Y. Herbert and R. Newell. 2015. Community Vitality: From Adaptation to Transformation. Nova Scotia: Fernweh Press

Dale, A., R. Newell, Y. Herbert and R. Foon. 2015. The Solutions Agenda. A Call to Action by and for Canadians,

Hanna, K., M. Seasons, A. Dale, P. Filion, and C. Ling. 2014. Long-Term Climatic Planning No Longer Works. Plan Canada, 26(2): 26-35

Dale, A, J. Robinson, Y. Herbert and A. Shaw. 2012. Climate Action Agenda for BC Decision Makers.

Dale, A., Y. Herbert and R. Foon. 2012. Action Agenda: Rethinking Growth and Prosperity,

Dale, A., Y. Herbert and R. Foon. 2012. Discussion Papers on Community Vitality,

Dale, A., R. Foon and Y.Herbert. 2011. A Policy Agenda for Canadian Communities.

Dale, A. 2011. Health and Sustainable Development. Health Digest, September

Newman, L. and A. Dale. 2009. Agency and Community Resilience. People and place, ideas that connect us, 1(1),

Hanna, K. and A. Dale. 2008. Social capital. A planner’s primer. Plan Canada, Winter 44(8): 36-39

Dale, A. 2007. Bridging Gaps: Building Diversity, Resilience and Connectivity. Canadian Environmental Grantmakers Network Thought Leader Series No. 2

Dale, A. and J. Hamilton. 2007. Sustainable Infrastructure: Implications for Canada’s Future,

Dale, A. and N. Averill. 2006. Collaboration critical to sustainability of our Canadian cities. The Hill Times, Monday, June 19th.

Dale. A. 2004. Sharing knowledge across cultural boundaries and security barriers. Trudeau Foundation Conference Reflection, June

Dale, A. (Quarterly) CRC Newsletter, Quarterly, Community Research Connections.

Dale, A. 1999. Biodiversity. An Annotated Bibliography. Ottawa: The Canadian Biodiversity Institute

MacDonald, M., A. Dale and C. Massey. 1998. Women and Sustainable Development:
An Annotated Bibliography.
Vancouver: Sustainable Development Research Institute

Dale, A. 1992 Women and Population. In G. Phillips (ed.) Power, Population and the Environment: Women Speak. Toronto: The WEED Foundation

Dale, A. (Periodic) CRC Discussion Paper Series

  • Herbert, Y. Direct Marketing in Canada, Series # 1
  • Herbert, Y. The Sustainability Imperative, Series #2
  • Osolen, R. and N-M Lister, Social Capital, Urban Sprawl and Smart Growth #3

Scholarly and Professional Contributions, and Reports

Noble, M., H. Leighton and A. Dale: May 22, 2020, Stepping Toward a Sense of Place: A Choreography of Natural and Social Science. The Fierce Now Conference, Society for Higher Education, Christchurch, Canterbury, England.

Dale, A. (2019, March). Keynote Panel. Paving the way for the Sustainable Development goals in Practice, Leading by Example, Implementing the SDGs in Canada. New Cities, Victoria, 2019, Canada.

Dale, A. 2011. Community Vitality: Dynamics and Characteristics. Spaces and Flows: An International Conference on Urban and Extra-Urban Studies, November 17-18, Prado, Italy

Newman, L and A. Dale. 2011. How Green is my City: Sustainability Rankings and Environmental Justice, AAG, Seattle

Dale, A. 2010. Conference Speaker. Understanding How Social and Technical Innovation Transform Complex Problem Domains-the Link to Policy Institutions. University of Waterloo, March 5-6

Dale, A. 2010. Expert Panelist. Building Municipal Infrastructure: A Critical Conversation. Carleton University, February 25

Newman, L., C. Ling and A. Dale. 2010. Meeting on the Edge: Urban Spaces and the Diffusion of the Novel. Spaces and Flows: An International Conference on Urban  and Extra-urban Studies, University of California, Los Angeles, December 4th-5th

Guillemette, F., J. Luckerhoff and A. Dale. Association pour la recherche qualitative. 2009. Symposium sur la methodologie de la theorization enracinee (MTE). Les enjeux de la tension entre l’identite-specificite de l’approce et la riche diversite de son utilization. Universite de Lille, France, June 25 and 26th

Luckerhoff, J., F. Guillemette and A. Dale. 2008. Grounded Theory Research on How Researchers Use Electronic Spaces for Synchronous Dialogue. International Conference on Social Science Methodology, Naples, 1-5 septembre

Guillemette, F., J. Luckerhoff and A. Dale. 2008. Utilisation synchrone d’une plateforme  E-Dialogue (forum synchrone) par une équipe de recherche sur le développement durable. Groupes de discussion: Définitions conceptuelles, usages transdisciplinaires et ancrages épistémologiques. Québec, Canada, 28 et 29 septembre

Dale, A. 2007. 2010. Governance for Sustainable Development, as if it Mattered. Breakfast on the Hill Speaker Series.

Dale, A. 2007. Sustainable Canada 2030/Just Imagine. Trudeau Foundation Conference, Royal Roads University, January 27-28

Hanson, A.J., P. Brown, A. Dale, D. Dewees, L. Lusby, D. Punter, R. Slater, S. Lee. 2006. BioPromise? Biotechnology, Sustainable Development and Canada’s Future Economy. Executive Report by the Expert Working Party to the Canadian Biotechnology Advisory Committee, Government of Canada, September 2007

Dale, A. 2006. Congress of Arts and Humanities. Research in Society Lecture and Panel. Sustainability and the City. Panel Discussion following David Suzuki's presentation The Challenge of the 21st Century: Setting the Bottom Line. With Karen Kraft Sloan, Mark Anielski and Cherly Teelucksingh, June 1, Toronto, Ontario

Dale, A. 2006. Congress of Arts and Humanities. Expert Panel on On-line Techniques  for Research Dissemination, June 1, Toronto, Ontario

Dale,A. 2004. Keynote Speaker. Information, Knowledge and Wisdom. International Australia/New Zealand Third Sector Conference. Brisbane, Australia, November

Dale, A. 2004. Keynote Speaker. e-Dialogues and Interactive Sustainability. UBC International Conference, Vancouver, May

Dale, A. 2004. Sharing Knowledge across Cultural Boundaries and Security Barriers. Paper for the founding Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Conference, Montreal, Quebec, October

Dale, A. 2002. Social Capital and Sustainable Community Development. Research Conference presentation at the University of Technology at Sydney, September

Dale, A. 1996. Sustainable Development for the 21st Century. In the Proceedings of the Waste Management for Sustainable Development Conference. Centre for Industrial and Environmental Training. Burapha University, Chachoengsao, Thailand. November 18-25

Dale, A., J. Robinson and C. Massey. 1995. Reconciling Human Welfare and Ecological Carrying Capacity. Vancouver: Sustainable Development Research Institute

Dale, A. 1995. Educating for A Sustainable Future. Canadian Educators Association Convention. Winnipeg, Manitoba. September 19-22