- Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) is looking for the next wave of innovative cleantech entrepreneurs.
- The Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute has completed a report for that examines the impact climate change is likely to have on Alberta's ecosystems. Alberta's boreal forest may transition to aspen forest and grasslands as a result of changing climate conditions.
- The Climate Bonds Initiative has issued proposed eligibility criteria for solar assets under the Climate Bond Standard and Certification Scheme.
- Climate change combined with rapid population increases, economic growth and land subsidence could lead to a more than 9-fold increase in the global risk of floods in large port cities between now and 2050
- The sun is finally rising on the global solar business, with growing demand in developing regions helping to ignite the first increase in industry wide capital spending in three years in 2014
Principal, DIALOG Architecture & Design, Canada
Architect, Urban Designer, futurist, and a pioneer in the field of Urban Resilience, Craig is a Principal at DIALOG, and a passionate advocate for developing planning and design solutions that make sense in a world of energy scarcity and climate change. Since graduating from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University with a Master of Architecture in Urban Design he has built a considerable track record leading complex institutional planning and design projects, but is best known for his advocacy of environmentally integrated design and urban resilience. In addition to his project and practice responsibilities, Craig writes and lectures on sustainable design and resilient city design in Canada and United States. This has included speaking presentations at major conferences in Toronto, Montreal, Chicago and San Francisco.
Craig is a founding member and current moderator of the ResilientCity.org website; was a founding Board Member of Sustainable Buildings Canada; and is a current member of the Canadian Green Building Council. Craig is also a past President of the Ontario Association of Architects, and was made a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada for his services to the profession.