(Version française) - Charles-Antoine Rouyer is a course director at Glendon, York U, as well as a writer and broadcaster specialized in Health & Environment, Urban Health, Sustainability and Travel writing.
A Glendon graduate (1990) and a graduate of the Faculty of Environmental Studies (York U., 1998), he created and designed: the course "Communication, Health & Environment" NATS-SOSC 1605.06 (General Education and formerly in Environmental and Health Studies, Multidisciplinary Studies Department) in 2004/2005; the course "Urban Ecology and Urban Health" NATS-SOSC 1620.06 (General Education) in 2021.
in the news:
Urban Health; Health & Environment / Environmental Health
Health and Mental Health
Housing and Urban Issues
Technical and Professional Writing Consulting
Translation, Other Languages
Master: Environmental Studies (Healthy Cities / Urban Environmental Health Journalism), York University, 1998
Hon. BA: Glendon, Economics Major, Psychologie Minor, York University, 1990
Continuing Education: Journalism, Ryerson University. 1993-1997
Charles-Antoine is currently a member of the Leadership Team of the SDGs-in-the-classroom Academic Innovation Fund project and a member of the Community of Practice for the project. Charles-Antoine is featured as a YorkU SDGs Curriculum Champion (5 min. video, May 2022.)
Charles-Antoine has been a member of the Board of directors of the Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition (2015-2019).
He was also a member of the steering committee of the Healthier Cities and Communities Hub, at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health of the University of Toronto.