Sustainability Strategy, Policy and Governance

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Professors


Jennifer Clapp

School of Environment, Resources and Sustainability

  • Global Food Politics Group
  • Waterloo Food Issues Group
  • Global political economy of food
  • Food security and sustainability – policy and governance
  • International trade in food and agriculture
  • Corporate concentration in the global food system
  • The intersection of food and financial markets
 

Amelia Clarke

School of Environment, Enterprise and Development

  • Corporate social and environmental responsibility

  • Campus environmental management
  • Cross-sector partnerships
  • Collaborative strategic management
  • Strategy implementation for low-carbon and sustainable cities
  • Implementing the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
  • Youth and innovation
 

Andrea Collins

School of Environment, Resources and Sustainability

  • Global land and agricultural governance
  • Gender, development, and global political economy
  • Gender and environmental politics
  • Transnational agricultural investment
  • Public-private partnerships in agriculture and nutrition
 

Marie-Claire Cordonier-Segger

School of Environment, Enterprise and Development

  • Sustainability Strategy, Policy and Governance 

 

Neil Craik

School of Environment, Enterprise and Development

  • Public and regulatory law, international environmental law, domestic and comparative environmental law, natural resources law and municipal and planning law

  • Bi-lateral and tri-lateral environmental governance structures in North America
  • Impact of federalism on transnational regulatory activities and the regulatory role of private transboundary environmental litigation
 

Bob Gibson

School of Environment, Resources and Sustainability

  • Applied sustainability

  • Environmental and sustainability assessment law and policy
  • Climate change mitigation in assessments
  • Indigenous communities and authorities in extractive industry planning and assessment
  • Can also supervise graduate students in the School of Planning​
 

Kelsey Leonard

Faculty of Environment

  • Indigenous water rights

  • Climate change
  • Interjurisdictional water governance 
  • Ocean planning
 
 

James Nugent

  • Urban political ecology
  • Social movements
  • Labour geography & unions
  • Economic restructuring
  • Community benefits agreements
  • Participatory, community-based research
  • Community-engaged learning
 

Jeremy Pittman

School of Planning

 

Michael Wood

School of Environment, Enterprise and Development

  • Business sustainability

  • Water
  • Scale
  • Global security
  • Social license to operate
  • Pedagogy of sustainability management