I have compiled some resources that could be useful to your studies. New book out by Angela Carter "Fossilized: Environmental Policy in Canada's Petro-Provinces" UBC press. I've requested an ebook copy for the library. New book out by Jennie Stephens "Diversifying Power. Why We Need Antiracist, Feminist Leadership on Climate and Energy" Island Press. I've […]
We presented our paper at the International Sustainability Transitions conference 2020 (online/ Vienna). The paper was published open access with the following citation: MacArthur, J. L., C. E. Hoicka, H. Castleden, R. Das, and J. Lieu. 2020. Canada’s Green New Deal: Forging the Socio-Political Foundations of Climate Resilient Infrastructure? Energy Research & Social Science 65. […]
Sustainability@YorkU is seeking community feedback on Goal PL5 of their sustainability strategy to address York University's carbon footprint. Here is my response to the committee. Dear committee, Here are my comments in response to the question: "The White Paper recommends that York University align with the Paris Agreement and the targets set out by the […]
Please read our "Research Snapshot" about our policy mix analysis and policy advice to improve energy efficiency in buildings in Canada. Title: A Policy Mix Analysis on Energy Efficiency Policies Targetting Buildings in Toronto and Calgary Authors: John Lau and Dr. Christina Hoicka Abstract Strengthening energy efficiency is a quick and cost-effective strategy for reducing […]
The YFile Innovatus series focuses on experiential education. The Social Exergy & Energy Lab was featured in a story written by PhD student Susan Wyse, that all lab members contributed to. Unique lab at York University focuses on the power of community in transitioning to low-carbon energy
Please download our Technical Paper by Christina E. Hoicka and Runa Das.
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), […]