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Join our Network for Women in Sustainable Energy Research (WISER)

Are you a woman who is a PhD Candidate, Post Doc, or early career researcher/professor who conducts research about low-carbon/sustainable/clean energy topics? Please consider joining our group, Women in Sustainable Energy Research (WISER). WISER is a grassroots organized network of women academics (PhD Candidates, Post Docs and early career researchers/ Professors) in the field of […]

Call for Papers on Community Energy for IPSA 2018

We are looking for panel papers on community energy! Please review the details and share as widely as possible. _________________________________________ Call for panel papers World Congress of Political Science (IPSA) (July 21-26 2018), run concurrently with the Oceanic Conference on International Studies and the Australian Political Science Association Conference Panel Organisers: Anna Berka (University of Auckland), […]

This is Innovation: my presentation at York University's climate change and environmental issues symposium

A one-day symposium focused on climate change and environmental issues took place at York University on Thursday, Nov 17. Titled "Everything Under the Sun: York’s Engagement in Vital Environment and Climate Change Issues", this multidisciplinary symposium included a diverse range of speakers to explore the many issues associated with anthropogenic climate change. Prof. Christina Hoicka, the PowerStream […]

Women Scholars in Energy - York University

Dr. Dawn Bazely: Professor, York University Dawn Bazely is a Professor of Biology in the Faculty of Science at York University, Toronto. Dawn was Director of IRIS, the university-wide Institute for Research and Innovation in Sustainability for 4 terms, spanning 2006-11 and 2012-14. From 2006 to 2011, Dawn led the Canadian section of the International […]

Who are the women scholars doing energy research and what are they studying? My Submission to York University's Research Symposium

York University has put out a call for abstracts for their “Environment and Climate Change” Symposium happening in November 2016. This is the submission I have put forward! Submission from Professor Christina E. Hoicka, PowerStream Chair in Sustainable Energy Economics, and Research Associate of Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies and member of the Environmental Research […]

ENVS 6121 Student Contributes to UNEP Report

I'm proud to share that ENVS 6121: Community, Energy and Planning student, Kathy Mirzaei, is among the research and project support team in contribution to the newly released UNEP report: District Energy in Cities: Unlocking the Potential of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. The report is definitely worth reading, as it discusses benefits and models for cities to implement […]

TREC Education's Third Annual School's Out Fundraiser

Join TREC Education for an evening of networking, laughter (stand-up comedian Sean Cullen will perform!!), and fun for the Third Annual School's Out Fundraiser. The evening is dedicated to support renewable energy education as all proceeds will benefit TREC Education's Kids' World of Energy classroom projects! Where: Steam Whistle Brewery When: June 24th 2015 Hurry and […]