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, will identify and analyze the key challenges of sustainable decision-making, engagement and policy creation faced by rural governance in the 21st century. Sustainability 101 and the Certificate in Rural Sustainability is …

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, will identify and analyze the key challenges of sustainable decision-making, engagement and policy creation faced by rural governance in the 21st century.

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: February 13, 2020

Course Date: February 27, 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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