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Unifying Sustainbility And Affordability Through Planning And Policy: Solar Energy Systems As An Element Of Green Affordable Housing In Ontario
The purpose of this major research paper is to examine how existing policies and programs in socio-political contexts comparable to Ontario's make the inclusion of solar energy technology with affordable housing possible. ...
Connected And Autonomous Vehicles: Implications For Policy And Practice In City And Transportation Planning
Vehicular transportation is undergoing a technological change. Cars are being automated, which have significant implications for governments. Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) and Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) can have ...
Wasted Potential: A Food Waste Reduction Strategy For Toronto Restaurants
Food waste occurs at every stage of the value chain (Lipinski et al., 2013). The issue of food waste within Canada has recently received more attention from policy makers, industry and consumers for its economic, environmental ...
Accessory Dwelling Units And Housing Affordability In A Resistant City: Overcoming Parochialism And Restrictive Zoning In Palo Alto
The San Francisco Bay Area of California is in the midst of a housing supply and affordability crisis. As the birthplace of Silicon Valley and home to many technology powerhouses and startups attracting many newcomers, the ...
Transit Equity Planning in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area
This portfolio consists of four sections written as partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Masters in Environmental Studies (MES) degree. Section 1 consists of my research and written contributions towards a report ...
Worker-owned Cooperatives In Marginalized Communities: Incompatibility And Innovation
This paper examines the sufficiency of the worker cooperative model in addressing precarious employment within marginalized communities with a specific focus on immigrant and low-income South Asian immigrant women in ...