Researchers at EUC apply interdisciplinary perspectives to study the processes that drive environmental change and the dynamics of urbanizing societies. Through our research we seek to address the challenges of environmental management, urban planning, and mobilizing for social justice and sustainability. Together, we are a community of urban, environmental and geographical researchers addressing some of the planet’s most pressing problems and challenges.
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Urban social geography;
Arts-led urban development;
Geographies of artistic labour & creative practice;
Geographies of sexuality;
Urban and social political geography;
Rationality and power in public service provision;
Critical geographies of education;
Theories of collective action and community organization;
Urbanization and migrant communities;
Critical geographic information systems;
Canada, Cuba, India.
Measurement of greenhouse gas exchange;
Hudson Bay Lowlands;
Toronto's urban environment.
Assets, assetization & rentiership;
Digital & data economies;
Finance & technoscience;
Bio-economy & biofuels;
Ecohealth & ecosystem approaches;
systems approaches to problem solving;
geographic information systems;
Environmental ethics & philosophy;
Philosophy of time/temporality studies;
Spirituality, ethics, & nature;
Contemplative, phenomenological & narrative forms of inquiry.
Marxist political economy;
Theory of class and state;
(Uneven) capitalist development;
Urbanization-ruralization of capital;
Industrialization under neoliberal capitalism;
Poverty agrarian change;
Conditions of the working class;
Developmental policies of the state;
Identity, fascistic, & class politics;
Social capital theory & critique;
Space-society relations & the built environment;
Dual (labour & ecological) Metabolic rift;
Class character of the academic;
Political economy and politics of India.
Deserts & arid lands;
Disturbance & invasion;
Climate Change Mitigation;
International & National Renewable Energy Policies;