Blog

The Centre for Cities publishes blog posts by its affiliated Windsor Law faculty and students, as well as occasional guest bloggers, on subjects related to inclusive and sustainable citybuilding. Opinions expressed are those of the authors.

Interested in submitting a guest blog for our consideration? Reach out to us at [email protected] with your idea. Posts are normally a maximum of 800 words and contain several images and links.

Blog Series: Exploring the Potential of Community Land Trusts, Part 3

How Would They Look in Windsor? (21 September 2021) by Princess Doe This is the final post of a three-part…

Blog Series: Exploring the Potential of Community Land Trusts, Part 2

How Do Community Land Trusts Work? (9 September 2021) by Princess Doe This is the second of a three-part blog…

Blog Series: Exploring the Potential of Community Land Trusts, Part 1

An Introduction to Community Land Trusts and their Use in Canada (20 August 2021) by Princess Doe This is the…

Climate Blog series: Steps to Effective and Inclusive Public Engagement, Part 5

Concluding Thoughts: Lessons for Cities and Climate Action Planning Processes This post is the last of five in this series…

Climate Blog Series: Steps to Effective and Inclusive Public Engagement, Part 4

Inclusive Climate Action through Charrette-Based Consultation This post is the fourth of five in this series written by Windsor Law…

Climate Blog Series: Steps to Effective and Inclusive Public Engagement, Part 3

Public Engagement and Charrette Processes in Climate Action This post is the third of five in this series written by…

Climate Blog Series: Steps to Effective and Inclusive Public Engagement, Part 2

An Introduction to The Charrette Process  This post is the second of five in this series written by Windsor Law…

Climate Blog Series: Steps to Effective and Inclusive Municipal Public Engagement, Part 1

The Current Framework on Municipal Public Consultations in Ontario This post is the first of five in a new series…

Climate Blog: Windsor-Essex Local Institutions Talk Climate Action Planning

(20 April 2021) by Mikal Daniel. Local public institutions such as universities, colleges, health-care institutions and schools that play a…

Leilani Farha and THE SHIFT: Adequate Housing, Advocacy and Human Dignity

(13 April 2021) by Flavia Zaka. In the midst of a lockdown, with our lives largely constricted within our domestic…

Climate Blog: Making Windsor Bike-Friendly – Climate, Health, and Economic Benefits of Increasing Cycling Infrastructure

(March 30, 2021) By Klaudia Grabkowska. The presence of expansive cycling infrastructure in a city can significantly contribute to its…

The Windsor Law Centre for Cities is hiring

We are looking for smart, creative Windsor Law students with excellent organizational and/or research skills and a big interest in…