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Cameron is an Assistant Professor at the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development. His research interests focus on urban sustainable development and the systems that give rise to both compounding vulnerability and sustainable progress in cities. In pursuit of this research interest, he has partnered with researchers, policymakers, private industry leaders and local communities on investigations into sustainable urban development across North America, the Caribbean, Africa, and Asia. Cameron is currently working with SDSN Canada to develop an index of Sustainable Development Goal achievement in Canadian cities.
- McCordic, C., and Raimundo, I. 2019. The inclusion of young entrepreneurs in the City of Maputo’s food markets. Urban Forum. Forthcoming.
- McCordic, C., and Abrahamo, E. 2019. Family structure and severe food insecurity in Maputo and Matola, Mozambique. Sustainability. DOI: 10.3390/su11010267
- Frayne, B., Crush, J., and McCordic, C. (Eds.) 2017. Food and nutrition security in Southern African cities. London: Routledge and Earthscan.
- Frayne, B., and McCordic, C. 2015. Planning for food secure cities: Measuring the influence of infrastructure and income on household food security in Southern African cities. Geoforum, 65: 1–11.
- Frayne, B., McCordic, C., and Shilomboleni., H. 2014. Growing out of poverty: Does urban agriculture contribute to household food security in Southern African cities? Urban Forum, 25(2): 177–189.
- Ph.D - Social and Ecological Sustainability, University of Waterloo
- M.Sc.- Capacity Development and Extension, University of Guelph
- B.Sc. (Hons.) - Psychology, McMaster University