Climate Blog: World Habitat Day a moment to highlight housing, climate intersections

(5 October 2020) by Narmada Gunawardana Today, October 5th 2020, marks this year’s World Habitat Day. According to the UN…

Cities and Climate Action Report Release: Canadian Municipalities’ Community Energy Plan (CEP) Case Studies

(31 August 2020) This research report was completed by Windsor Law 2019-2020 Cities and Climate Action Forum students on request…

Guest Blog: What Windsor should be doing now to recover from COVID-19. Architects weigh in.

(15 July 2020) By Nicole Baillargeon, Siniśa Simič, and Crystal Waddell of Mean Studio Architects (Detroit, Toronto and Windsor) (This…

Windsor and the Post-Pandemic Healthy City: A Community Conversation

Background Resources (Return to event main page) Cities, Indigenous communities and COVID-19 Province of British Columbia: Local Government and First…

Our statement on Anti-Black Racism

(3 June 2020) The Windsor Law Centre for Cities condemns the Anti-Black Racism & violence experienced by so many in…

Speaker bios

Claire Sanders  Claire is originally from Edmonton where she obtained her Bachelor of Science at the University of Alberta. She…

Youth Workshop on Local Climate Action, 8-11 March 2020

YOUTH WORKSHOP ON LOCAL CLIMATE ACTION UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR DOWNTOWN CAMPUS 8-11 MARCH 2020 DRAFT SCHEDULE Sunday 8 March 6:00–6:45…

Windsor International Film Festival schedule 2019

Screen Arts, Culture and Community Building in the Motorcity

Centre for Cities Director and Associate Professor Anneke Smit is part of a team awarded with a $24,600 SSHRC Partnership…

Blog: Climate Café #1 was a conversation on climate science and the Windsor 2020 budget

(27 January 2020) By Tasha Stansbury (Windsor Law 3L student, Cities and Climate Action Forum member) Windsor community members gathered…

Leamington DHS students work with local councillors and municipal staff at the 10 December Windsor Essex High School Climate Summit

AM800: Cities and Climate Action students lead workshop at high school climate summit

Windsor Law Cities and Climate Action Forum students led a workshop on constructive climate engagement with municipal councillors and staff…

WINDSOR STAR: Windsor Law students appear before Essex County Council

“What is the cost of doing nothing? Can we afford to do nothing?” The question posed by Essex County Warden…

UWINDSOR DAILY NEWS: Windsor Law students lead national research-a-thon

The national event, timed to coincide with the Global Law Clinics Day of Action on Climate Change, was organized by…