Groupe Durabilité|Communication

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Municipal environments

Sustainable Development Forum – 5th edition


On September 26th and 27th, the 5th edition of the Sustainable Development Forum organized by the Economic Development Corporation of Victoriaville and area (CDEVR) took place in Victoriaville.  The event, under the theme Sustainable Land Development, aimed to create innovative concrete projects that can transform municipal environments and make their vision a reality. The Forum brought together 22 Quebec municipalities, represented by Quebec mayors, city councillors, municipal directors and employees, as well as specialists in land-use planning and sustainable development, and many university students as volunteers. Carole Villeneuve facilitated the City of Granby workshop, that dealt with the issue of densifying the territory of Granby while preserving natural environments without enlarging its territory. More

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Feedback on the book Développement durable - Une communication qui se démarque

A new article on the book Développement durable - Une communication qui se démarque is published on Sircome.

Mathieu Jahnich interviews Solange Tremblay on the responsibilities of communication in a context of climate urgency, growing tensions and intolerance on a global scale. An exchange on the very concrete perspectives that can be applied right now in the field and the analyses that are being developed : Article.

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International Conference on Public Policy

Commitment to a sustainable future - A call for concrete action

Citizen engagement, social mobilization, responsibility of decision-makers, these were the major axes defended by the 18 participants of the panel 'Engaging Communication for a Sustainable Future - From Commitment to Concrete Action', during the 4th edition of the International Conference on Public Policy. With climate emergency on everyone's lips and tensions growing across the globe, governments and organizations at all levels of decision-making must act, did they argue. Gathered around these major issues, researchers and experts from 8 countries stressed the importance of dialogue, plurality of voices, ethics and innovation. And communication is central to put in place effective public policies for a sustainable future.

Dominique Dionne

Chaired by Solange Tremblay, the group was composed of Andrea Catellani (Belgium), Anne-Sophie Gousse-Lessard (Canada), France Levert (Canada), Cristina Miranda Beas (Peru), Mariana Arguelo (Costa Rica), Tze-Luen Lin (Taiwan), Ferenc Fodor (France), Yvan Cliche (Canada), Dominique Dionne (Canada), Alexander Deliyannis (Greece), Maria Spiliotopoulou (Canada), Steve Connor (Britain), Christophe Koninckz (Belgium), Béatrice Jalenques (France), Céline Pascual Espuny (France); as well as Guy Lachapelle , Jacques Baronet and Solange Tremblay from SUSTAINABILITY|COMMUNICATION Group.



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Launch of the international Francophone research network