Third “HSDNI’s Sustainability Conference for Future Sustainable Societies” and Multi-cultural Show on June 30, 2019
HSDN International is a non-profit organization registered under Canada nonprofit act has been operating with the goal of raising awareness and promoting practical models for sustainable development through cooperation and collaboration and in doing so, striving to reconcile economic growth with environmental interests and the protection of unique societal practices, cultures, and traditions. We have been organizing allover outreaches activities on sustainable communities to share the experiences, find out the challenges and to facilitate follow up plan for a better society.
We are pleased to inform you that Sustainable Development Network (SDN) of University of Toronto, a student club of HSDN International is going to host the Third HSDNI’s Sustainability Conference for Future Sustainable Societies and Multi-cultural Show.
Event Name: Third “HSDNI’s Sustainability Conference for Future Sustainable Societies” and Multi-cultural Show
Theme: “Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Society”
Date/Time: Sunday, June 30th, 2019 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Venue: University of Toronto Scarborough, 1265 Military Trail, Toronto, ON M1C 1A4, Room: MW-110, Building: Social Sciences Building
The event is open to anyone interested, locally or abroad, with a limit of expected audience of 70 people. This symposium will be of interest to students with similar project interests, academics, researchers, and community group, national and international social and environmental activist group (s). Due to budget constraints, we are not able to offer travel and accommodation reimbursement. Light refreshment will be provided, and attendees may buy a lunch for $15.
The projects and presentation, including presenters’ profiles, will be featured in social media, HSDNI website, and other sources. Besides, the projects and presentation will be added in study materials. If anyone doesn’t want to be featured, please advise in advance.
We appreciate your confirmation at your earliest convenience so that we can plan.
If presenters would like to present their research at the conference, please submit abstracts to email@example.com by 11:59pm on June 10, 2019.
The registration link for the conference is this: https://sustainability-conference.eventbrite.com/
13 November 2015 at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Inaugural WWHSDC Conference at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University
Theme of the Conference: Collaboration for Sustainable Communities
Host: Worldwide Holistic Sustainable Development Cooperation (WWHSDC) and Environmental Policy Institute and collaborative partners.
Sponsoring Partners: Grenfell AVP office (Academic & Research), GCSU, GSU, Engagement Office, Navigate, Student Innovation Fund, Scholarship in Arts Fund
Venue: GCSU Lounge & AS Atrium, Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Date: 13 November, 2015 on Friday.
Target Audience: Faculty members and researchers, Graduate students, Undergraduate students, Local community groups and government agencies and NGOs
Short overview of the organization: WWHSDC, which is an initiative championed by graduate students of the Grenfell campus-Master of Arts in Environmental Policy Program, is a non-profit organization. It was recently created in 2014 with the goal of raising awareness and promoting practical models for sustainable development through cooperation and collaboration and in doing so, striving to reconcile economic growth with environmental interests and the protection of unique societal practices, cultures, and traditions. Currently we have an active website (http://www.hsdni.org/) which hosts an international journal and a blog, among others.
As a growing international organization with roots in the Grenfell community, it is with great enthusiasm we seek collaboration with diverse stakeholders to partner academically, and financially and otherwise in facilitating our inaugural event in November, 2015.
* An innovative way to build strong partnerships and collaboration on sustainable community issues with different stakeholders ranging from Grenfell Campus students, faculties and staff, International environmental certification organizations, Government agencies and NGOs, plus local/traditional organizations in Corner Brook and on the West Coast of Newfoundland.
* The inaugural conference/workshop will signal the official launching of the WWHSDC’s academic journal (Journal for Worldwide Holistic Sustainable Development-JWHSD) and will be the first of what we hope will become an annual conference. This will help fill a vacuum by championing a platform for annual conferences and an academic journal supported by the Grenfell community.
* This initiative will be the first in a series aiming to project sustainability collaboration and networking opportunities at the Environmental Policy Institute, Grenfell Campus and Corner Brook community to the world.
* We want to hear from you! This event will host a Q&A session/forum aiming to identify the most pressing sustainability issues in the community and desirable ways to deal with them.
For registration: Registration form for conference at Grenfell-2015