Professor Jessica Green published a piece in the Boston Review’s Forum on How the Fix the Climate. “Until governments address the conflicts between the winners and losers of climate change and climate policy, experimentalist governance will be limited in its ambition and impact,” says Green.
Professor Hui Peng published Suspect and Nontarget Screening Revealed Class-Specific Temporal Trends (2000–2017) of Poly- and Perfluoroalkyl Substances in St. Lawrence Beluga Whales in Environmental Science and Technology. The paper focuses on the nontarget analysis of PFASs in beluga whales.
Has carbon pricing worked in practice? Professor Jessica Green’s paper Does carbon pricing reduce emissions? A review of ex-post analyses provides a meta-review of ex-post quantitative evaluations of carbon pricing policies around the world since 1990. Overall, the evidence indicates that carbon pricing has a limited impact on emissions.
We’re delighted to announce that Professor Miriam Diamond has joined the School via a joint faculty appointment with the Department of Earth Sciences. Miriam has been an important honorary member of the School since long before we became a School, so it’s wonderful that we can now recognize her contributions with a cross-appointment. She is a passionate […]
The Faculty Affiliates program brings together leading researchers from across Ontario to expand expertise in deep learning, machine learning, and artificial intelligence more broadly. Congratulations, Vianey!
A graduate student fellowship has been created in Professor Stephen Scharper‘s name. The Stephen Bede Scharper Fellowship was established by Tracy Dalglish and Michael Medline to celebrate their daughter’s graduation from UTM’s Master of Science in Sustainability Management (MScSM) program. The first Stephen Bede Scharper Fellowship will be awarded in 2021 to a student in the first year of the program. Read more.