Environment and Resources

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Environment and Resources

The Environment and Resources research cluster addresses the global governance challenges associated with large-scale environmental degradation and resource depletion. The cluster convenes and supports scholars and students that are studying environmental governance responses from various disciplinary lenses, and that are focusing on different issues (climate change and energy transitions, water scarcity and biodiversity, along others). It seeks to encourage collaborative research that sheds new light on the distributional, ethical, and collective-action issues raised by various governance responses, as well as contributes to better policy outcomes. The cluster also promotes policy-relevant projects that can contribute to current policy discussions in international organizations.

Cluster Leads


Neil Craik
University of Waterloo


Debora VanNijnatten
Wilfrid Laurier University

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