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School of Environment and Sustainability

The global challenge of sustainability brings with it new opportunities for collaboration across disciplines, between governments, scientists and business leaders, and among those committed to innovative responses to complex ecological, social and economic issues. Royal Roads University's programs provide the leadership skills and interdisciplinary knowledge that lead to sustainable solutions. Manage your education through Internet learning and short residencies.

As a key part of its mandate, the School of Environment and Sustainability is committed to applied, problem-solving research that supports RRU's innovative partnerships with communities, business, industry, and the public sector. Focusing on current needs and trends related to sustainable societies, communities, and organizations, the School of Environment and Sustainability undertakes research to advance capacity building, collaboration and organizational effectiveness, dialogue, environmental protection, pollution mitigation, and resource stewardship. For more information about the school's research activities, please click here.

Undergraduate:

BA in Environmental Practice
BSc in Environmental Practice
BSc in Environmental Science
BSc in Environmental Management

Graduate:

MA in Environmental Education and Communication
MA in Environment and Management
MSc in Environment and Management
MA in Environmental Practice
MSc in Environmental Practice
Graduate Diploma in Environmental Education and Communication
Graduate Certificate in Environmental Education and Communication

Dr. Ann Dale's Research Blog

Ann Dale, Royal Roads University's Canada Research Chair in Sustainable Community Development, has added a new blog to her research website, www.crcresearch.org. She and her team will be actively blogging . . . discussing the latest news from the edge in sustainable development.

Professor Dale invites RRU’s graduate students to share their experiences from the field as well and, ideally, the site will soon become the leading edge of what is happening on the ground in implementing sustainable development practices.

You can also use this blog to ask Ann and her team of collaborators questions on sustainable development issues. There is a rich community of researchers and practitioners available who will provide you with the latest in sustainable thought and action.

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