Publications

Capacity Building

Community Leadership Program

Lead-author, lead trainer. A customized in-house leadership training program developed for Glencore and delivered to cross-functional operational teams, globally. Drives competency development, integrated approaches, and continuous improvement to gain and maintain social licence to operate.

Sustainable Communities

Introduction to Local Sustainable Development Training Module.

Co-author. Published by the CIDA and Government of Jamaica ENACT program, 2002.

Visioning for Sustainable Development, Training Module.

Co-author. Published by the CIDA and Government of Jamaica ENACT program, 2002.

A Framework for Local Sustainable Development Planning

Co-author. A guide to planning at the local government and community level used by agencies throughout Jamaica. Published by the CIDA and Government of Jamaica ENACT program, 2001.

Low Carbon Economy

Biomass as Energy - Avoiding Risks and Promoting Sustainability

World-wide, the biofuel market is growing. Governments are setting policies to achieve GHG emissions reductions, to decrease dependence on coal and crude oil, and to secure “renewable” supply for vastly growing energy demands. Biomass will be an important component of this necessary renewable supply. Easton and Herbert provide insight as to how responsible supply chain managers can evaluate and manage the risks and opportunities associated with sustainable purchasing decisions.

Strategies for a Low Carbon Economy

Lecture presented at International Speakers Forum, hosted by Fukuoka, Japan, July 2010.

Alberta's Campuses Stage Tomorrow's Urban Evolution

Green Space: Albertan colleges, municipalities and industry are working together to not only demonstrate leading-edge, low-carbon-producing single-family homes, but also prepare students for a greener future.

Alberta colleges, municipalities and industry demonstrate tomorrow’s low-carbon home.

Published: July 2010, Business in Vancouver.

Leadership That Matters: Canadian Universities and Colleges Demonstrate Tomorrow’s Low Carbon World.

This paper examines how universities and colleges from St. John's to Victoria not only are demonstrating leading-edge green technologies, but also along the way, they are helping businesses and communities to adapt to a greener future too.
Released: Spring 2010.

Energy and Climate Protection

Climate Action at the University of British Columbia

Between 2007 and 2010, The University of British Columbia (UBC) systematically measured, consulted, assessed and planned so that when it committed to bold GHG emissions reduction targets of 33 percent from 2007 levels by 2015; 67 percent by 2020 and “net zero” by 2050, it knew how it was going to get there.

UBC Sustainability Climate Action Plan

Author. Power Point Presentation to the UBC Sauder School of Business.Dec. 2009.

Sectors

School Boards: Burnaby School District Sustainability Overview 2010

A short description of how District 41 is greening curriculum and operations.

School Boards: Vancouver School Board Sustainability Overview 2010

A short description of how District 39 is greening curriculum and operations.

Strategy

Institutionalizing Sustainability

Power Point Presentation Outline: Presented to Fukuoka University Office for a Sustainable Future and the Kitakyshu Education for Sustainable Development Council, Kitakyushu, Japan, July 2010

Institutionalizing Sustainability

Co-author: The University of British Columbia Case Study


 
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