From July 29 to August 21, the Centre will be presenting, in collaboration with the International Photo Media Group and the Ville-Marie borough, Claudio Cambon’s exhibition, Festive Bangladesh, winner of the 2013 photo essay contest Man and the Environment.
Nearly 30 free events await you this summer at the Centre – creative workshops, an eco-friendly fashion show, food tastings, art exhibitions, a great green picnic, guided tours, discussion panels, an evening of green dating – as well as brand new carbon market t
The buzz surrounding the Centre for Sustainable Development, first LEED Platinum certified building in Quebec, shows the organization has reached its goal of providing a space for reflection, innovation, education and the meeting of minds on sustainable development.
From February 28th to March 17th 2015, the Centre for Sustainable Development will host the exhibit Along the Pipeline by Robert van Waarden et Garth Lenz, in partnership with Greenpeace, Equiterre, Environmental Defence and the Council of Canadians.
From April 15 to May 6 2014, the Centre for Sustainable Developement will be presenting the exhibition Paper, a Collector’s Item, in collaboration with the Contemporary Art Galleries Association (AGAC) and the Ville-Marie borough, as part of the contemp
On March 1rst from 8 pm to 2 am, the Centre for Sustainable Development will be hosting a Nuit blanche brimming with artistic and engaged activities. Discover this hub of innovative ideas and stimulating encounters.
On February 5th at 12:15 pm, the Centre for Sustainable Development will be hosting, in collaboration with Equiterre, a presentation by British Columbian speaker Tzeporah Berman titled Tarsands Expansion: An Opportuni
From 9 January to 5 February 2014, the Centre for Sustainable Development will host, in collaboration with the David Suzuki Foundation and the borough of Ville-Marie, the Contamination + Addiction exhibition by Michel Huneault, a powerful photo‑essay on the Lake Megantic disaster.
The Centre for Sustainable Development hosted an information kiosk at the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal and the FrancoFolies. Nearly 2,000 people stopped by to talk about the project with the Centre’s representatives.