Julie Guicheteau won the 2008 Laure Waridel bursary for her master's project on success factors affecting sustainable mobility. Now she has turned her project into a book, Projets efficaces pour une mobilité durable, co-authored with her research director, Louise Millette.
This book is for anyone who wants to know more about:
Fifteen years ago, 250 Montreal families banded together with seven local farms to launch what has since become North America's largest community supported agriculture (CSA) network.
This October, we asked you to celebrate with us. And celebrate you did!
One hundred and thirty of you joined us at the Centre for Sustainable Development for a day of family fun. It was a chance...
To mark the 15th anniversary of our family farmer program, we have published a book, L'agriculture soutenue par la communauté (Community supported agriculture). Readers will learn about the different aspects of CSA, including:
"The past one hundred years have been a frenzy of development and pollution. We've benefited in many ways, but we're starting to live the repercussions. It's as if we've thrown a massive party in our parents' house and have to clean up the mess in the living room before Mom and Dad get home – except in this case it's our grandchildren's house that we've completely...
The Canadian environmentalist, famous, amongst other things, for her activism in Clayoquot Sound during the '90s, presents her new book, This Crazy Time.
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