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Siting renewable energy in North America panel

Apr 20, 2021 1:15:00

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.

Public opinion on North American climate policy

Mar 23, 2021 1:12:00

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.

Politics of pipelines panel

Feb 25, 2021 1:05:45

Leading scholars to discuss the politics associated with oil and gas pipeline construction in Canada and the United States. February 2021.

Peter Adriaens: Sustainability scrutiny in the financial markets

Feb 4, 2021 0:56:17

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

Brown bag with Great Lakes Commission senior advisor Eric Brown

Jun 24, 2020 0:55:16

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

PCLP & Detroit Hives: An Engaged Learning Project in Detroit

Feb 18, 2020 0:02:34

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: Carbon Pricing

Apr 19, 2018 0:01:30

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