“Nature-based Solutions are a novel approach to climate adaptation, but we lack coherent frameworks for assessing whether Nature-based Solutions are producing effective and meaningful results. I seek to undertake a comparative analysis of different assessment frameworks used in Canada to monitor and evaluate Nature-based Solutions projects. This research will contribute to the development of scrupulous and regionally relevant impact assessment frameworks that can rigorously evaluate the consequences of Nature-based Solutions for people and the planet.”
Uniting deep CO2-to-fuels technological expertise, engagement with Northern Indigenous community-led projects and their leaders, and expertise in environmental politics, resource governance, water, and energy to explore the potential for carbon conversion technologies to support low-carbon energy transitions in the Canadian North.
It’s important to develop clean energy systems that meet the needs of individual communities, says Kate Neville, one of the lead researchers of the CANSTOREnergy project (photo by Kate Harris) A University of Toronto-led collaboration developing clean energy technologies that can be tailored to the… Read more »
We are delighted to share that an article co-authored by CPE Member Kate Neville was recently awarded the 2022 Britta Baumgarten Memorial Prize by the journal Social Movement Studies. Titled Slow Justice: A Framework for Tracing Diffusion and Legacies of Resistance, the article develops a framework… Read more »
Self-driving vehicles. Renewable energy storage. Advanced materials and molecules. Experts at the University of Toronto are leading the way in all three areas – and more – as they work to address one of the biggest and most complex challenges facing the planet: a changing climate.… Read more »