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Case study of public engagement at Ontario nature
Successful public engagement is crucial for environmental nonprofits that rely on the public for donations, volunteer work, and advocacy. Organizations need to carefully select and administer engagement methods in order ...
Aura & Perception: A Guided Walk
Woodbridge represents one of four historic villages situated within the City of Vaughan. These early settlements provided the groundwork for the beginning of a rich cultural heritage. Using walking as a medium to explore ...
Teaching in Focus (TiF) 2019 Conference: Full Program
(York University, Teaching Commons, 2019-05-15)
Conference programme for 2019 TiF conference.
A Multi-Level Policy Mix Analysis on Energy Efficiency Policies Impacting Buildings in Toronto and Calgary
Strengthening energy efficiency is a quick and cost-effective strategy for reducing energy use in the buildings sector, which accounts for 17% of Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions. Public policies are a crucial tool for ...
Education Tools for Mitigating Human-Wildlife Conflict in Urban Areas
This major project report represents a substantive effort to create educational tools and opportunities for a wide range of audiences in hopes that an increase in ecological knowledge will help reduce instances of ...
A feasibility analysis of transactive energy systems in Ontario
This research paper explores the potential for transactive energy systems (TESs) and blockchainenabled microgrids (BEMs) to be integrated into Ontario’s existing electrical grid as a sustainable energy solution for climate ...
Participatory Research for Resilience in EE Programs: Paying Attention to Ecological Identity, Place, and Community
The following is based on a qualitative study guided by Grounded Theory and Participatory Action Research (PAR) methodologies alongside two Hamilton-based notfor-profits, A Rocha and Good Shepherd Centres, examining A ...
2019 CCLA AGM Minutes
Ethics Before Comparison
Non-Pharmacological Pain Management in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: Managing neonatal pain without drugs
(Seminars in Fetal and Neonatal Medicine, 2019-05)
Premature infants hospitalized after birth are exposed to repeated painful procedures as part of their routine medical care. Early neonatal exposure to unmanaged pain has been linked to numerous negative long-term outcomes, ...
Does exposure to university researchers improve undergraduate perceptions of research?: A quasi cluster-randomized controlled trial
(Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 2019-08)
This study explores the impact of talks by university researchers in different formats on students’ perceptions of research. Undergraduate students (N = 222) were randomly assigned to watch research talks via video recording ...
Parental Report of Self and Child Worry During Acute Pain: A Critical Factor in Determining Parental Pain Judgment
(Clinical Journal of Pain, 2019-05)
Objective: The objective of this study was to determine which variables predict parental postvaccination pain ratings. It was hypothesized that after child behavior, parental sensitivity, and parental reports of worry would ...
Pain in Child Health from 2002 to 2015: The Early Years of an International Research Training Initiative
(Canadian Journal of Pain, 2019-01)
Background: The 2018 Global Year for Excellence in Pain Education, an initiative of the International Association for the Study of Pain, brought worldwide attention to the need for education that crosses narrow disciplinary ...
Planning for the Management of Indian Wetland Regions
India's Kerala is facing a shortage in its total agricultural production. The share of rice production from Kuttanad region is around 30% of the state’s total production. This research paves the way for the preparation ...
Politics, Knowledge, Ecology, Culture
Politics, Knowledge, Ecology, Culture was conducted by The Centre for Feminist Research Projects and it was part of their 2nd annual Indigenous Women’s Speakers’ series, where multiple Indigenous scholars presented their ...
Walking for the Water
Kelsey Leonard is a PhD candidate from the Department of Political Science at McMaster University and the first Native American woman to earn a science degree from the University of Oxford, which she earned in 2012, she ...
Environmental Justice: A Panel on the Connections Between Environmentalism & Social Justice
The event, hosted by the Environmental Law Society at Osgoode Hall Law School, featured Associate Professor Dayna Scott and Associate Professor Deborah McGregor. Titled “Sex, Gender & Environmental Justice”, Professor Scott ...
Resisting Extractivism, Performing Opposition
On Saturday, March 2nd at the “Resisting Extractivism, Performing Opposition” symposium organized by Zoe Heyn-Jones of York University, the IEJ project was invited to open the day. Dr. Deborah McGregor and Nasreen Hussain ...