PhD Economics, University of Toronto
MA Economics, University of Toronto
BA Public and International Affairs, Princeton University
Climate Justice; Commons Governance; Participatory Watershed Management; Feminist Ecological Economics; Metal Markets, Trade & Environment; Community Economic Development.
4700 Keele Street
Toronto, ON M3J1P3
416 736 2100
I am an ecological economist concerned with climate justice: addressing global inequities while advancing the energy transition. I am interested in the political ecology of commons governance, local economies, and energy transitions; feminist theory and practice in times of climate change; and metals and minerals resources for the green transition. I teach courses in Ecological Economics, Community Economic Development, and interdisciplinary qualitative research design. I often work with students pursuing research themes related to climate justice, local economic development, trade and the environment, water management, and feminist ecological economics. I was the Lead Author for the 6th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change chapter on "Demand, Services, and Social Aspects of Mitigation."
Recognition & Awards
- REDI (Respect, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion) training certificate – Centre for Human Rights, Equity, and Inclusion, York University