Posted on January 30, 2012 by Naomi Finseth

To coincide with International Week 2012, the Department of Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology is hosting a panel that will consider the challenges of civic engagement in environmental governance from three perspectives of increasing scope: student engagement in sustainability planning at the University of Alberta, public engagement in natural resource planning in the province of Alberta, and multi-stakeholder engagement in environmental governance in Africa.

The University of Alberta’s Department of Resources Economics and Environmental Sociology Presents:

Environmental Governance: Whose Voices Count?

Wednesday, February 1st, 2012
12 – 1:30 PM
550 General Services Building, North Campus, U of A

Panelists:
Judith Wakhungu, Executive Director of the African
Centre for Technology Studies
Carolyn Chenard, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of
Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology
Lindsay Hobbs, M.Sc. Candidate, Department of
Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology

To coincide with International Week 2012, the Department of Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology is hosting a panel that will consider the challenges of civic engagement in environmental governance from three perspectives of increasing scope: student engagement in sustainability planning at the University of Alberta, public engagement in natural resource planning in the province of Alberta, and multi-stakeholder engagement in environmental governance in Africa.


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