Chris Codd, Brian Karney (University of Toronto), and Stephan Schott (Carleton University). Balancing the Natural Beauty of Niagara Falls Tourism and Clean Power Generation.
Jeffery Cottes (School of Public Policy and Administration, Carleton University). Sustainable Biofuels and Provincial Strategies in Manitoba and Ontario. View presentation
Donald N. Dewees (Dept. of Economics, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto). Sustainable Pricing for Sustainable Electricity. View presentation
Jose Etcheverry (PhD., York University). From Local to Regional: New Climate Change Mitigation Options for North America. View presentation
Beth Evans (MA Candidate, Frost Centre for Canadian Studies, Trent University). Critical Success Factors for Renewable Energy Co-operatives. View presentation
Stewart Fast (PhD. Candidate, Dept. of Geography, University of Ottawa). Diverging Views of Energy from Forest Biomass: Using Habermas’ Public Sphere to Analyze Renewable Energy Transportation in Ontario. View presentation
Brendan Haley (School of Public Policy, Carleton University). From Staple to Carbon Trap: Exploring Canadian Climate Policy Pitfalls and Opportunities. View presentation
Stephen Hill (Trent University). Policy Options for Navigating the Controversies between Investors and Communities in Renewable Energy Infrastructure Development. View presentation
Guy L. F. Holburn (Associate Professor, Richard Ivey School of Business). Policy Risk and Private Investment in Ontario’s Renewable Energy Sector. View presentation
Douglas MacDonald (PhD., Senior Lecturer, University of Toronto Centre for Environment). State interest as an Explanatory Factor in the Failure of the Soft-Path Energy Vision. View presentation
Morteza Mesbah, Amir Hakami (Civil and Environmental Engineering, Carleton University), and Stephan Schott (Public Policy and Administration, Carleton University). Improving the Effectiveness of NOx Cap-and-Trade Programs: A Proof of Concept Study of US Power Plants. View presentation
Bruce Pardy (Faculty of Law, Queen’s University). Planning for Energy Serfdom: the Green Energy Act and the Perversion of Sustainable Technology Development. View presentation
Dr. David Sanscartier, Professor Heather MacLean (Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Toronto) and Professor Brad Saville (Dept. of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, University of Toronto). A Life Cycle Approach to the Evaluation of Policies Related to Biogas.