Political Ecology of the Bakken Formation (SSHRC Insight Development Grant, 2016 - 2019)
Read about my take on climate change and oil in Saskatchewan in Policy Options.
Hear me discuss some of this work on The Prairie Naturalist.
Read about it on CBC.
Read a piece I wrote for the Regina LeaderPost
Canadian Species at Risk Conservation
Read an interview I gave for CBC Saskatchewan.
Read an interview I gave for Mississauga.com
Read a piece I wrote for The Conversation
See me on The Agenda with Steve Paikin.
Read an interview I gave for CBC.
Read an interview I gave for MetroNews
Canada-US Transboundary Environmental Policy & Governance
Read an interview I gave in Grist
Graduate Research Opportunities
I welcome graduate students in political science or geography who are interested in environmental policy, especically species at risk conservation, natural resource extraction, and Canada-US environmental relations. In geography, I accept MA and PhD students. In poiltical science, I accept PhD students.
Current Graduate Students
Patrick Braszak, PhD Candidate, Department of Geography - Wildlife Crime in Canada
Minh Do, PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science - The Duty to Consult as a Constitutional Obligation and a Public Policy Issue: How Policy Actors Balance Constitutional Rights in the Policy Process
Past Graduate Students
Grant Penton, MA, Department of Geography, 2018 - Fracturing the Prairies: An examination of small-scale, high-frequency energy development and cumulative effects management
Patrick Braszak, MA, Department of Geography, 2017 - The Future of Protected Area Networks in North America: An Algonquin to Adirondack (A2A)
Katie Valentine, MA, Department of Geography, 2017 - eNGO Activity in the Bakken Formation
Katrina Jansen, MA Department of Geography, 2015 - The Role of Canadian Zoos and Aquaria in Species at Risk Conservation