Posted on October 22, 2019 by Tia Lalani

Part of Sustainability 101 and the Certificate in Rural Sustainability, this one-day, open enrolment short course, developed specifically for community leaders in rural Canada, examines what is meant by economic sustainability and why this has an impact on organizational practices and activities. Sustainability 101 and the Certificate in Rural Sustainability is a series of five, …

Part of Sustainability 101 and the Certificate in Rural Sustainability, this one-day, open enrolment short course, developed specifically for community leaders in rural Canada, examines what is meant by economic sustainability and why this has an impact on organizational practices and activities.

Sustainability 101 and the Certificate in Rural Sustainability is a series of five, one-day short courses designed to strengthen leadership in five core areas: Governance, Economic, Social, Environmental and Cultural Sustainability. Each course can be taken alone, depending upon the subject of interest, or as a certificate for maximum program impact.

Who is it for? Elected officials, municipal administrators, not-for-profit organizations, economic development, and small businesses leaders

Multi-course and group discounts available. Contact our office for details.


Registration Deadline: January 24, 2020

Course Date: February 6, 2020

Location: Augustana Campus

For more information and to register, visit https://www.ualberta.ca/augustana/programs/community/extended-education/certificate-programs/rural-sustainability 



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