9 Dec

Graduate Student Opportunities: Canadians’ Food Choices

We are a cross-Canada team in the fields of industrial ecolog y , ecological economi cs , marketing /behavioral change, engineer ing, food environments, planning, and nutrition. Are you interested in the breadth and complexity of food systems and questions of sustainable nutritional/ food security , and sustainable consumption and behaviour ?  Our projects , […]

9 Dec

Call for Proposals – Agricultural Policy Issues

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) has funding for academic research projects on Canadian agricultural policy issues for the 2017/18 fiscal year. AAFC is therefore calling for research proposals on agricultural policy issues. The proposed research projects will need to align with at least one or more of the following policy research themes: (1) Structure & […]

5 Oct

Ontario’s Social Enterprise Demonstration Fund Issues $2m Call for Proposals

The Government of Ontario is launching a second $2-million round of the Social Enterprise Demonstration Fund (SEDF) to support job creation and economic growth by providing opportunities for social enterprises to get funding as part of Ontario’s Social Enterprise Strategy 2016 – 2021. This round will support the development of financially sustainable and scalable social enterprises by addressing key challenges faced by […]

22 Sep

Call for Papers: Ontario Climate Symposium 2017

The Ontario Climate Consortium (OCC) and York University are pleased to host the 5th Annual Ontario Climate Symposium on May 11th and 12th 2017. This year’s Symposium theme, Ahead by a Century: Envisioning Just Transformations in a Changing Climate, aims to engage discussions across research disciplines and policy and practice communities about the future of Ontario’s society and economy as we collectively address […]

22 Sep

Call for Papers: Interrogating land, property, and land use: Investment, conflict, and politics

The recent ‘global rush’ on land challenges existing ownership, property relations, and uses of land. Multiple forms of land use change and related governance include large-scale investments in agricultural lands and pressures placed on lands by housing demand. In the global north, land use changes in rural and peri-urban areas are highly publicized political processes […]

20 Sep

Call for Papers: People-Centred Food Policy

2017 American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting — Boston, MA — April 5-9, 2017 Person-centred policy is a philosophical approach to governance increasingly popular in medical and health circles which seeks to place individuals at the heart of policymaking. In acknowledging the significance of lived encounters with the food system, this perspective aims to foreground and respect […]

19 Sep

Call for Proposal: Rural Energy Transitions

Call for Papers: Session “Rural energy transitions. Exploring the rural dimension of socio-technical change” at European Rural Geographies Conference 2017, Braunschweig (Germany), June 14-17, 2017 Recently, the field of energy geography has “burst” (Huber 2015, p. 1) with an increasing amount of research highlighting the spatial dimension of current transformations within the energy sector. Far […]

8 Mar

Call for Papers: Rural Drinking Water Session at Canadian Association of Geographers Conference

At the upcoming Canadian Association of Geographers Conference (www.cag-acg2016.ca) a special session is being organized on Rural Drinking Water. The special session organizer is currently seeking contributions to the session. See below for details. Protecting Canada’s drinking water systems (everything from source to tap) is a fundamental component of planning sustainable communities and safeguarding the […]

7 Mar

Call for Papers: State of Rural Canada Sessions

In fall 2015 the Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation’s (CRRF) released “The State of Rural Canada 2015” (http://sorc.crrf.ca). With contributions from across the country, the report demonstrated that rural Canada is facing a mix of demographic, economic, and social challenges. However, rural Canada has also proven itself to be highly innovative in terms of responding to the […]