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In the Community

The Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change has a deep respect for place and community. We embrace community engagement as a key activity for our research in order to affirm our role in making positive change and to education active citizens, innovators and leaders.

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Community Impact

Revitalizing preemptive power by investigating the housing policies and the development dynamics of Toronto and Ottawa-Gatineau

Sébastien Lambelet has joined the Faculty of Environmental & Urban Change (EUC) and The CITY Institute as a postdoctoral fellow since February 2024, under the supervision of Prof. Roger Keil. Before that, he was a lecturer in the Department of

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Understanding the particularities of how queer urban ecologies have taken shape in Toronto

by Loren March Loren March While there have been many studies on queer geographies and geographies of sexualities in the city of Toronto, these have – with some notable exceptions (for example Sandilands & Hobbs 2013) – tended not to

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Coming full circle: Indigenous knowledge & climate futures

“The only way to appropriately understand Indigenous Knowledge Systems or Indigenous Knowledges is to establish meaningful relationships with Indigenous peoples on their own terms.” - Deborah McGregor CRC in Indigenous Environmental Justice & Osgoode/EUC Prof Deborah McGregor What is Indigenous

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Alumni Impact

Flavien Joubert (MES ‘03) | York U Alumni Awards 2024 – Tentanda Via Award recipient