Environmental Governance

Idowu Ajibade

SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow
Dr. Ajibade is an environmental and development geographer who has a strong passion for interdisciplinary research on climate change, urban resilience, disaster risk reduction, gender and human rights. Her current research explores the ethical conundrums and opportunities for building resilience among low-income urban residents in Africa and south-east Asia.

Anne Marie Arko

Annie's research is focused on international organizations, global health, environmental governance, climate change, and the entangled nature of these topics.

Derek Armitage

Associate Professor
Researching environmental change and multi-level governance systems, Dr. Armitage specializes in the human dimensions of environmental change.

Grégoire Baribeau

Grégoire has worked in five government departments on a myriad of issues including Canada-U.S. relations, energy-environment policy, Crown-Aboriginal relations, and transparency in the international extractive sector.

Jennifer Clapp

Professor, Canada Research Chair in Global Food Security and Sustainability
As Professor of Environment and Resource Studies, Dr. Clapp in an expert on the global economy, international food politics, and the environment.

Simon Dalby

Associate Director of the PhD Program in Global Governance, CIGI Chair in the Political Economy of Climate Change, Professor
Dr. Dalby is an author and researcher of climate change, political ecology, geopolitics, global security, militarization and the spatial dimensions of governance.

Clay Dasilva

Clay’s research centers on the concepts of green growth and degrowth in global environmental governance.

Lucie Edwards

Lucie Edwards explores scientists' role in policymaking, notably in climate change, food security and biodiversity.

Richard Giles

Richard's research focuses on how globalized animal production impacts environment, health, economy, and governance.

Jad Hachmi

Jad’s research interests are in international trade, global finance, economies of emerging markets and the impacts of climate change on Canadian foreign policy.