Enjoy a varied 2018 fall program
On September 5, 2018 at 8:30 am, the Centre for Sustainable Development, in collaboration with Équiterre and Nourrir la santé, will be hosting a breakfast conference entitled Local and organic food in public institutions – Inspiration from Danish and American models.
At 12:15 on June 21, 2018 , the Centre for Sustainable Development, Climate Reality Project Canada and the City of Montréal host From Singapore to Montreal: How can our living environments make us happy? organized as part of our Lunch & Learn conferences during the ICLEI World Congress 2018.
At 12:15 on June 20, 2018 , the Centre for Sustainable Development, Climate Reality Project Canada and the City of Montréal host From Brazil to Montreal: Best Practices in Urban Agriculture organized as part of our Lunch & Learn conferences during the ICLEI World Congress 2018.
May 31, 2018 at 6 pm, the House of Sustainable Development, Vélo Québec and CRE-Montréal will be hosting the conference Mobilizing the business community to support cycling in London, England with Chris Kenyon.
May 12, 2018 at 6 pm, the House of Sustainable Development and the David Suzuki Foundation will be hosting the Saint-Lawrence Soiree, a festive and artistic event to which scientists, river enthusiasts, distinguished guests and the general public are invited.
From April 30 to May 16, 2018, the House of Sustainable Development and the David Suzuki Foundation will be hosting Nick Hawkins’s exhibit Atlantic Canada: An Ocean of Diversity and Natural Beauty.
From March 11 to April 1st, 2018, the House of Sustainable Development presents Adrienne Surprenant: Drought made us equal.
** This event is sold out, but you can participate via webcast by booking here now **.
The Centre for Sustainable Development is calling for proposals for summer and fall 2018 exhibitions. Deadline: Midnight, November 17, 2017. Context
We’ve put together another varied program for you this fall. A hub for meetings, discussion and innovation to promote sustainable development, the Centre holds panel discussions, round tables, special events, talks and exhibitions to empower, inform and inspire you.
From July 6 to August 14, 2017, the House of Sustainable Development, in collaboration with the Elaine Fleck Gallery, presents Amy Shackleton: Great Canadian LEEDscape.
Montreal, February 13 – On March 4, from 8 pm to 1 am, travel back in time to Expo 67’s “Man and His World” exhibit, starring the environment, sustainable development and past and present society. Included in our time travel package: Yé-yé vibes with DJ Doro, creative workshops and retro bar.
The Centre for Sustainable Development announced today that Hydro-Quebec will be its new main partner and sponsor for its official program.
The Centre for Sustainable Development launched its 2017 program today and announced its new main partner, Hydro-Quebec, during the art opening for Denis Bordeleau's Trace de vie exhibit, exclusively presented in Montreal, and a great networking extravaganza for social entrepreneurs and key business and sustainable development players.
Since 2014, a few of the Centre's events have been webcast in order to make the speakers' expertise accessible to a wider audience. Catch up on the events that interest you and that you missed at your convenience!
The city’s greenest Christmas craft show, presented by RECYQ-QUÉBEC and organized by ENvironnement JEUnesse, will be in town from December 2nd to 4th at the Centre for Sustainable Development. Mark your calendar to make sure you don't miss this year's Salon des artisans récupérateurs (SAR)!
Located in the heart of Montreal’s entertainment district, the Centre for Sustainable Development has been showcasing art exhibits since 2012, providing the only space exclusively dedicated to bringing together culture and sustainable development in the city.
What’s better than a bike ride through bucolic countryside? Unfortunately, these beautiful fields may have been sprayed with atrazine, a synthetic herbicide used extensively in corn cultivation. This pesticide is found throughout our environment and accompanies us, without our knowledge, during many of our summer activities.
To provide a structure for its information technology (IT) services, insure their continuity and develop their potential for promoting its members’ goals, the Centre has launched Mutualit’, a social economy business specialized in IT services.