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Randall Wigle

Professor (Economics)

Areas of Expertise: Economics of the Kyoto Protocol; Climate change; Environmental economics; Economy; Environment

Biography: Randall Wigle is Professor of Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo Ontario, Canada. He has published widely on topics in the areas of international trade policy and environmental economics. The overwhelming majority of this work relates to?

226-772-3164

Ginette Lafrenière

Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Work; Director, Manulife Centre for Community Health Research

Areas of Expertise: University/community collaboration; Organizational change and diversity; Co-operatives and the social economy; Domestic violence; Aboriginal issues; Working with survivors of war and torture

Biography: Dr. Lafrenière teaches Master's and Ph.D. level courses in research methods, diversity, community development and social change. She is the founding director of the Social Innovation Research Group (S.I.R.G) which is a research and training incubator?

519-884-1970 ext.5237

Simon Dalby

CIGI Chair in the Political Economy of Climate Change, Balsillie School of International Affairs

Areas of Expertise: Geopolitics; Globalization; Environmental Security; Political Economy; Anthropocene; Climate Change

Biography: Simon Dalby is CIGI Chair in the Political ?

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