Posted on February 14, 2012 by Christopher Thrall

Lecture Series: Rural Communities in Alberta and Canada with Dr. Lars Hallström and Shauna Feth Rural communities play an important role in Canadian society. With booming economic conditions in some communities and long-term decline in others, the contexts of rural areas are increasingly complex. Join Dr. Lars Hallström and Shauna Feth as they explore the …

Lecture Series: Rural Communities in Alberta and Canada with Dr. Lars Hallström and Shauna Feth

Rural communities play an important role in Canadian society. With booming economic conditions in some communities and long-term decline in others, the contexts of rural areas are increasingly complex.

Join Dr. Lars Hallström and Shauna Feth as they explore the social, economic and environmental factors that make up, affect and change rural Alberta. Dr. Hallström will discuss sustainable development, focusing on water and water policy in Alberta as a benchmark for rural sustainability. Feth will present a multimedia case study highlighting the economic and social challenges of rural areas. The speakers will also explore the ways in which rural communities present opportunities for innovative public policies, new approaches to planning and citizen engagement. >>MORE

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Date and Time
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
4:30 PM – 6:45 PM

Online registration form

For more information:
403.718.6375
calgary@ualberta.ca

Cost: FREE

Location
U of A Calgary Centre
120, 333 5 Ave SW, Calgary, AB



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