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The planning profession faces challenges in dealing with solutions to complex problems that defy traditional approaches. Many of these problems require changes in societal attitudes and values that are manifest in the realm of environmental stewardship. Planning approaches to these complex problems requires a new set of skills and knowledge, including: an understanding of the biophysical environment, understanding of collaborative action, and the ability to communicate and motivate environmental management for a wide range of stakeholders. To meet these challenges, the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development (SEDRD) invites applications for the Latornell Professorship in Environmental Stewardship. The School is involved in Canadian and international planning and development with a focus on rural, remote, and Aboriginal communities and territories.