Listening to lived experiences and needs
Collaboratively generating research questions and actionable goals
Sharing knowledge and resources to empower equitable climate action work
Envisioning and building a more equitable and sustainable city
Trying to understand how to accelerate change
Focusing on the social, cultural, and political challenges of eliminating carbon pollution and addressing the climate crisis
Our research assistants are performing scans of policies and organizations that intersect with ‘just transitions’. They will also perform a scan of local “disruptions” caused by climate change.
We are working with community partners to determine how to address energy needs such as adequate heating and cooling, while keeping housing affordable.
We’re using publicly available data (e.g. Statistics Canada) to generate comparative, relational data of climate change impacts from community to regional scales.