Ann in the Media

Here’s where Ann and her research team have been profiled in the media.

Ottawa Life Magazine Online

Edging Forward - Book Review
In Canada, a leading academic and thinker on these issues for the past quarter century has been Dr.Ann Dale, Professor in the School of Environment and Sustainability at Royal Roads University in British Columbia.

Alternatives Journal

At the Edge Book Review
Canadian Environmental Ideas and Action: At the Edge: Sustainable development in the 21st Century - review

Times Colonist

Royal Roads University professor wins $50,000 Molson Prize
Sustainable community development is a simple concept, if you ask Royal Roads professor Ann Dale.

Ottawa Life Online

Trudeau Fellowship Recipient
With over $1 million in guaranteed research funding and enough ideas to fill a laboratory, academic-activistpolicy analyst Dr. Ann Dale jokes that her strong Irish Catholic work ethic will get her through a growing mountain of research projects.

CBC

Fighting climate change may be cheaper and more beneficial than we think
In a cartoon that went viral before the Copenhagen climate summit in 2009, a conference presentation lists some of the side benefits of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, from cleaner air to green jobs, as a man in the audience asks: "What if it's a big hoax and we create a better world for nothing?"

BC Business

B.C.'s 20 most powerful women leaders
The Women's Executive Network (WXN) has named 20 B.C. women to its 14th annual Top 100 list, up from 15 in 2015 and 16 in 2014.

CBC

Fallout from coronavirus outbreak triggers 25% decrease in China's carbon emissions
In the midst of China's COVID-19 epidemic, the conditions for an unprecedented climate experiment have emerged.

CUFA BC

2014 Paz Buttedahl Career Achievement Award
Dr. Dale is being recognized for her career-long commitment, as a civil servant and as an academic, to developing policies and tools to help build sustainable communities.

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