We need to know more about the chain of processes that comprise work, employment and training in key Canadian industries and professions and how their decision-makers understand and respond to the challenge that global warming poses to these processes. Our second goal is to engage community partners active in the work world and the environmental community in research that identifies critical spaces for adaptation, drawing on their hands-on experience and linking it to the expertise of the academics.
York Professor Lipsig-Mumme Wins Huge Grant to Study Work and Climate Change
Now the heavy lifting starts. A number of York faculty are part of the research team including yours truly and environmental law professor Stepan Wood from Osgoode Hall Law School. I’m looking forward to working with Carla and the many other great Canadian and international academics and practitioners on this fascinating project. Well deserved, Carla.