Author Archives: environment

Mihai Sarbu – Feature Profile

We introduce you to: Mihai Sarbu, Ph.D. Sociology Candidate, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario How did you become interested in environmental sociology? Chance was an important part of the process. While studying for my Master’s degree at Brock University I … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Nicole Klenk!

Congratulations to Nicole Klenk, Environmental Sociologist, who took up a new post at the University of Toronto on July 1, 2013. Nicole’s new position is a joint appointment between the Departments of Physical and Environmental Sciences and Political Sciences at … Continue reading

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Productive CSA Conference for the Research Cluster!

Congress 2013 a Success! Open Meeting Update… Congress 2013 was productive for the Environmental Research Cluster. Sessions were well-attended, the presentations elicited engaging debate, and the Open Meeting attracted 14 participants. Here is a quick overview of what was discussed … Continue reading

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New Book – Aboriginal Peoples and Forest Lands in Canada – Edited by D.B. Tindall, Ronald L. Trosper, and Pamela Perreault

Editors D. B. Tindall, Ronald L. Trosper and Pamela Perreault launched their new 2013 book Aboriginal Peoples and Forest Lands in Canada. About the book from the publisher – Aboriginal people in Canada have long struggled to regain control over … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: WORK IN A WARMING WORLD: Labour, Climate Change and Social Struggle

WORK IN A WARMING WORLD (W3): International Conference in Toronto, Ontario November 29, 2013 to December 1, 2013 Abstract Submission Guidelines: We invite academics and activists to submit 250 word abstracts for individual papers and/or case studies. Each submission in … Continue reading

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