Biography

Dr. Caniglia (PhD University of Notre Dame) is Professor and Director of the Institute for Sustainable Economic & Enterprise Development (SEED) in the College of Business & Economics at Regis University in Denver, Colorado. She serves as a member of the Board at the Alliance Center in Denver, Colorado and is Co-Editor-in-Chief at the Solutions Journal. Dr. Caniglia’s research and publications are focused at the intersection of social movements, organizations and policymaking, especially related to the environmental movement, while her more recent work has turned toward resilience and environmental justice in urban communities. For over a decade, she collected extensive data on the Multi-stakeholder dialogues at the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development, where she also served as a consultant to the NGO Steering Committee.

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When I last wrote to you, we were reeling from the devastating Australian bushfires that had killed over one billion animals. Discussions about the urgency of climate change were surging in the press. Then, as fast as our focus had sharpened on the pressing need to address our ailing climate, COVID-19 spread across the world, […]

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For this inaugural issue of Solutions 2020, we have partnered with contributors from a diversity of sectors and organizations to present some of the most creative solutions to inspire sustainability action around the world. Two articles highlight the urgent need to improve sustainability capacity, commitment, and outcomes in the fossil fuel …

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Welcome to the final issue of our Ten Year Anniversary volume. In just one year, we have partnered with over 100 solutioneers to produce 62 articles that provide you —our amazing readers—the solutions you need to move the needle toward sustainability in your industries. Thank you to those who helped us to double our subscriptions […]

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The process of finalizing this issue of Solutions has been fraught with the catastrophic impacts of climate change. When I began drafting this letter, my home city of New Orleans was flooding. Six inches of rain fell in just one hour, and the street in front of our house was like a rolling river filled […]

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