Christina Fuller, 34, from Canada, sees sustainability as a tool to provoke dialogue, raise questions, and generate change. She has an Honours Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Calgary, Canada, and a Masters of Arts Degree in Community Psychology from Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada. She has worked in Social Policy and Planning for the City of Calgary, Health Promotion and Cancer Prevention for the Alberta Cancer Board, and as a Public Health Planner for the Region of Waterloo Public Health Department, Ontario, Canada. Christina considers sustainable urban development holistically, with equal consideration of the environmental, economic, and social dimensions. Christina’s main interest is how social sustainability can be achieved through the development of great urban spaces and communities that are equitable, sustainable, attractive and inclusive for all. Christina believes in silo-busting and social innovation and is particularly interested in how cities consider sustainability from the perspective of an aging population and changing demographics.
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