Awards

The CSA Environment Cluster offers Best Student Paper awards to recognize outstanding student papers at the annual CSA conference in efforts to promote graduate student development. The submission process for the award is in tandem with the CSA Conference presentation abstract submission process. Ken Caine, Environmental Sociology Professor at the University of Alberta, coordinates the Cluster student presentation awards.

2016 Recipients

Doctoral Award:
Georgia Piggot, University of British Columbia
“Getting to Zero: Organizational Responses to British Columbia’s Carbon Neutral Policy”

Masters Award:
Amanda Evans, University of Alberta
An Ecological Habitus on the Oilfield? Climate Change and Green Technology Perspectives in the Lifestyles of Alberta Oilsands Mine Workers

2015 Recipients

Doctoral Award:
Mihai Sarbu, University of Ottawa
“(Re)defining Climate Change as a Cultural Phenomenon”

Masters Award:
Marianne Corriveau, University of Ottawa
“Idea-driven environmental mobility: The Case of Goletta Verde”

2014 Recipients

Doctoral Award:
Mihai Sarbu, University of Ottawa

Masters Award:
Max Chewinski, Carleton University

 

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