Meg Holden

Meg Holden

Meg Holden is Director of the Urban Studies Program and Professor in the Department of Geography at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver. Her research examines sustainable development intentions and transitions in cities and communities. She is the author of Pragmatic Justifications for the Sustainable City: Acting in the Common Place and co-editor of (re)Penser la ville du XXIe siècle: 20 ans d’écoquartiers dans le monde. She holds a PhD in Public and Urban Policy from the New School for Social Research, a MSc Geography from Rutgers University, and a BSc (Hons) Geography from the University of Victoria.

GTI Contributions
The Pragmatism of Thinking Globally
GTI Forum
The Pragmatism of Thinking Globally

August 2019

Forum on Think Globally, Act Locally?