A panel discussion titled Urban Land: Private, Public or Community Ownership? was held in Montreal on November 12, 2015. Presented by Planners Network – Montreal chapter, Geography Undergraduate Student Society (GUSS), Urban Planning Association (UPA) and the Geography Graduates (Geograds). The discussion offers a very valuable record of an ongoing discussion on the present and future of […]Read More Urban Land: Private, Public or Community Ownership?
This mission statement of TRISE was adopted at the first conference in 2013 and then slightly modified after the second one in 2014. TRISE mission statement – Toward Democratic and Ecological Cities At the United Nations Rio + 20 world summit that took place on the environmental crisis, its failure forced both the official and unofficial […]Read More Mission statement
The form of political organization now known as the nation-state is a relatively recent invention in Western societies. This invention, the dominant form in the West, has been imposed on most of the world’s population, throughout the twentieth century, notwithstanding that it is based on a number of ideas and social attitudes totally alien […]Read More What kind of nation state for the 21st century?
Dimitri Roussopoulos asks us, in this keynote speech given in Oslo, September 27, 2014 at the “Ecological Challenges” conference, to consider the historical record of the State management to protect the natural environment from being damaged. He goes on to discuss political and social ecology and the pivotal role of building genuine and democratic […]Read More The Politics of Ecology and the Ecology of Politics