Climate Blog

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…

Guest Blog: Strengthening democracy through intersectional environmentalism in post-COVID-19 Windsor-Essex

(2 October 2020) By Cameron Fioret and Niharika Bandaru The COVID-19 crisis is the most serious global health emergency in…

Climate Blog: Windsor Ward 7 by-election candidates share their views on climate change in Cities and Climate Action Forum survey

(1 October 2020) by Klaudia Grabkowska, Narmada Gunawardana, Katie Pfaff and Valerie Tan The City of Windsor’s Ward 7 by-election is scheduled…

Guest Blog: Climate justice is racial justice

(17 July 2020) By Aisha Poitevien, Development Officer, David Suzuki Foundation (The following are the views of the author and…

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…

Online Youth Series on Local Climate Action: Recordings

(Updated 29 May 2020) In April and May 2020, the Cities and Climate Action Forum has hosted a series of…

Blog: Municipalities can help mitigate climate change by prioritizing wooden structures

(13 April 2020) By Peter Dalglish (Windsor Law 3L student, Cities and Climate Action Forum member). For many, the thought…

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Blog: Climate mitigation and resiliency through municipal infrastructure projects

(3 April 2020) By Luigi Iantosca (Windsor Law 3L student, Cities and Climate Action Forum member). When one thinks of…

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Blog: Green bonds – a catalyst for municipal action against climate change

(26 February 2020) By Sharath Voleti (Windsor Law 2L student, Cities and Climate Action Forum member). Climate change is among…

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Blog: Reagan-era politics still loom large in North American cities’ climate policies

(17 February 2020) By Adrian Halpert (Windsor Law 3L student, Cities and Climate Action Forum member). Although the United States…

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Blog: Supported by delegates, Windsor’s 2020 budget signals climate action shift

(6 February 2020) By Jessica Jakubowska and Antonia Hristova (Windsor Law 3L students, Cities and Climate Action Forum members) Windsor…

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…