7 February 2018

What is your story on climate change? How do you engage with your community and environment? In her new book, Edging Forward: Achieving Sustainable Community Development (published 7 February 2018, Fernweh Press), Ann Dale evocatively looks back on her personal and professional experiences to retrace her path in sustainable community development. Roughly 17 years after publishing At the Edge, Dale focuses on the power of stories in shaping communities’ ability to transform human development. As Lieutenant Governor of Ontario Elizabeth Dowdeswell commented, it was “no small feat to articulate such interrelated themes – story, science, and the personal.” Ann Dale is a 2004 Trudeau fellow and a professor with the School of Environment and Sustainability at Royal Roads University.

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Ann Dale

Ann Dale is leading major research initiatives in sustainability at Royal Roads University and around the world.

2004 Fellows