Sustainable Development

The SDC provides leadership and expertise to the CSCE with respect to sustainable development and in particular with respect to sustainable engineering practice.

  • Water and Energy Conservation
  • Sustainable Transportation (e.g., Mass Transit Systems)
  • LEED/Green Planning and Urban Development
  • Sustainable Material Use (construction of roads, embankment, dams, etc)
  • Urban Sustainability
  • Northern Canada Development
  • Brownfield Remediation
  • Naturalized Stormwater Management (e.g., Porous Pavements, Constructed Wetlands)
  • International Sustainable Development
  • Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation
  • Disaster Mitigation Planning
  • Resource Conservation and Efficiency
  • Integrated Waste Management
  • Infrastructure Management
  • Historical Building Conversion and Renovation
  • Green Building Design (e.g., Roof Gardens, recycle and use of materials, energy efficiency, high SRI materials)
  • Environmental Life Cycle Analyses
  • Material Flow Analyses
  • Full-cost Accounting
  • Economic Life Cycle Analysis
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Environmental Planning and Monitoring
  • Sustainability Indicators


Edwin Tam,

Ph.D., P.Eng.(ON), M.CSCE
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University of Windsor, Faculty of Engineering


Gord Lovegrove,

PhD, P.Eng.(BC), M.CSCE, F.ITE
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UBC Okanagan, School of Engineering


Ata Khan,

Ph.D., P.Eng.(ON), F.CSCE., F.ITE.
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Carleton University, Civil & Environmental Engineering
Catherine Mulligan,

PhD, P.Eng. (QC), F.CSCE
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Concordia Research Chair in Geoenvironmental Sustainability
Al Perks,

P.Eng. (ON, retired), M.CSCE
Adjunct Faculty, University of Ottawa