February 8-10, 2011 FCM Sustainable Communities Conference

Change is a constant in our world and happens at an ever-increasing pace. Cities and communities must adapt to ongoing changes in their natural, economic, political, social and cultural environments. A willingness to embrace new behaviours, technology, business models and governance is essential for a municipality to move towards sustainability.

As our understanding of sustainability evolves, municipalities and their local partners are leading the way. Municipalities are taking innovative, integrated approaches to reduce environmental impacts, build social cohesion, and create economic opportunities in their communities.

Whether your community is just starting on a sustainability path or has already seen the changes that a sustainable approach creates, the Sustainable Communities Conference is an opportunity to share your experience and learn from peers. Come to embrace change for the better!

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Whipp Tips & News

Alberta's Oil Workers Are Shifting To Renewable Energy Jobs

But many workers can expect to take a pay cut.

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London Solar Auctions Aim to Make City Greenest on Earth

The reverse auctions would be similar to the Solarize NYC model already used in New York

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Could ethical investing help ease Vancouver's affordability crisis?

UBC report suggests foreign investors could play a role in creating more affordable rentals

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