John Colton

Professor Acadia University, Canada

Prófessor við Acadia University í Kanada

John Colton is a Professor in Recreation and Community Development,  Environment and Sustainability Studies, School of Recreation Management and Kinesiology, Acadia University, Canada. 

He has chaired the Centre for Rural Sustainability, Atlantic Canada Sustainability Initiative, and Nova Scotia Steering Committee for Renewable Energy.
John has worked for National Geographic as their sustainable tourism evaluator for eastern Canada World Legacy Awards program and has led wilderness expeditions for their writers and photographers in northern Canada and Alaska. John continues to guide northern wilderness river expeditions where he enjoys introducing people to the beauty and splendour of Canada's northern wilderness areas.
John co-authored the Community and Business Tidal Energy Toolkit and the Tidal Energy Community Engagement Handbook. He is a founding member of the Acadia Tidal Energy Institute.
He has worked with Halifax Regional Municipality in training their staff on sustainability and has collaborated on the development of a sustainability assessment framework and criteria for decision-making. More recently he has worked with the Wildcat Reserve of the Acadia First Nation in developing an ecotourism development strategy.


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