Jacqueline Patterson, Founder and Executive Director of The Chisholm Legacy Project, and Kyle Whyte, Professor of Environment and Sustainability at the University of Michigan, discuss environmental and climate justice. September, 2021.
Penny Naas (MPP '93) talks about key issues in government and business, including diversity, the relationships between the regulated and the regulators, and environmental sustainability. September, 2021.
Jennifer Haverkamp, director of the Graham Sustainability Institute at the University of Michigan, discusses the climate summit and US President Joe Biden’s plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 50% below 2005 levels by 2030.
Sarah Mills, Heather Millar, and Iñigo Martínez Peniche discuss the political challenges and opportunities associated with siting and building renewable energy projects in the United States, Canada and Mexico. April 2021.
Christopher P. Borick, Erick Lachapelle, and Itzkuauhtli Zamora Saenz discuss what Canadian, United States, and Mexican public thinks about climate change, and about how government policy should address it. March 2021.
A former energy policymaker and regulator from the largest and most active U.S. state on climate (California) and a leading Canadian academic discuss North American energy regulation and policy. March 2021.
Peter Adriaens explains how Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) measurement, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities, and Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) are increasingly important considerations to manage growth and climate
Debora L. VanNijnatten and Marcela López-Vallejo discuss the current dynamics of climate policy within Canada and Mexico as well as the most promising avenues for climate policy cooperation going forward. February 2021.
In this episode of Michigan Minds, Kaitlin Raimi explains her research on how people compare their own beliefs and behaviors to those of others, specifically climate change and environmental behaviors. December 2020.
Michigan Minds Podcast: Sarah Mills, senior research specialist and program manager at the Ford School of Public Policy and the Graham Sustainability Institute, discusses her research examining the impact of renewable energy on rural communities a
Professor Barry Rabe and Dr. Joshua Basseches discuss Rabe's newest book, Trump, the Administrative Presidency, and Federalism, as well as Basseches' ongoing research on the politics of U.S. state-level climate and energy policy.
Professor Macdonald discusses his new book, Carbon Province, Hydro Province, on the challenge of Canadian energy and climate federalism. This event is part of the 2020-2021 North American Colloquium Climate Series.
Join P3E for a discussion with Eric Brown, senior advisor for external relations at the Great Lakes Commission, where he works with a broad array of decision-makers and stakeholders to enhance collaboration and secure a healthy and prosperous futu
Students conducted relevant policy research, engaged with the community, and provided recommendations to aid with current legislative initiatives for non-profilt Detroit Hives as part of their Practical Community Learning Project (PCLP)..
Barry Rabe, professor at the Ford School of Public Policy, says that economists widely agree that introducing a carbon price is the single most effective way for countries to reduce their emissions, but political barriers have deterred elected off
In this presentation, Sanya Carley introduces a framework for conceptualizing vulnerability and then provide an illustration of its potential application using the case of the renewable portfolio standard. March, 2018.