Now showing items 1-7 of 7

    • Network structure, diversity, and proactive resilience building: A response to Tompkins and Adger 

      Newman, Lenore; Dale, Ann (Ecology and Society, 2005)
      Although community social networks can build resilience, and thus, aid adaptation to unexpected environmental change (Tomkins and Adger 2004), not all social networks are created equal. Networks composed of a diversity of ...
    • Community vitality: From adaptation to transformation 

      Dale, Ann; Foon, Rebecca; Herbert, Yuill; Newell, Rob (2016-10-20)
      In September 2009, a small research/practitioner team – members of the Canada Research Chair in Sustainable Community Development from Royal Roads University and Sustainability Solutions Group (SSG) – gathered to talk ...
    • Toward an integrative framework for local development path analysis 

      Moore, Alastair; King, Leslie; Dale, Ann; Newell, Robert (Ecology and Society, 2018)
      Despite decades of debate and policy interventions, the wicked social-ecological problem of anthropogenic climate change continues to threaten the sustainability of local communities. Impacts resulting from a rapidly ...
    • Frameworks and models for disseminating curated research outcomes to the public 

      Clifton-Ross, Jaime; Dale, Ann; Newell, Rob (SAGE Open, 2019)
      In our post-truth society, mobilizing “facts” and “evidence” has never been more important. We live in an age that is paradoxically information rich due to the proliferation of Internet Communication Technologies (ICTs) ...
    • Sustainability issue communication and student social media engagement: Recommendations for climate communicators 

      Hodson, Jaigris; Dale, Ann; Jost, François; Clifton-Ross, Jaime (Journal of Digital & Social Media Marketing, 2020)
      This study explores the digital and social media information habits and preferences of students, particularly as they concern issues-based communication relating to climate change and sustainability. Researchers surveyed ...
    • Communicating environmental research: Harnessing the power of curation 

      Dale, Ann; Clifton-Ross, Jaime; Jost, François; Hodson, Jaigris; Leighton, Hilary; Bernard, Mary (Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship, 2021)
      Never before has public communication of critical research, science, and knowledge on climate change and biodiversity loss been more important. The 2018 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) special report, ...
    • The role of scientific evidence in Canada's west coast energy conflicts 

      Clermont, Holly; Dale, Ann; King, Leslie; Reed, Maureen (Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship, 2021)
      With salience, credibility, and legitimacy as organizing themes, we investigated how opposing communities engaged with scientific information for two contentious proposed energy projects in western Canada, and how their ...