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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…

Mourning a death. Autoworkers on boats from both sides of the border, including members of the United Auto Workers' Downriver Anti-Pollution League, hold a wake on the Detroit River on the first Earth Day, April 22, 1970, and lay a floral wreath to signify the

WINDSOR STAR: As Earth Day turns 50, COVID-19 offers valuable warning

Co-lead of the Cities and Climate Action Forum, Anneke Smit, discusses the risk of losing momentum on climate action with…

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…

The front desk in the lobby of the new City Hall building is shown, Tuesday, May 15, 2018.

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…

Former Toronto Mayor Dave Miller speaks at a youth climate change conference on Tuesday, March 10, 2020, at the Capitol Theatre in Windsor, ON. DAN JANISSE / Windsor Star

WINDSOR STAR: Youth gather from across the province to discuss climate change

Mary Caton caught up with some student participants to share their stories and experiences at the Youth Workshop on Local…

University of Windsor Welcome Centre, June 26, 2019. Blackburn News file photo.

BLACKBURN NEWS: UWindsor conference engages youth on climate change

The Youth Workshop on Local Climate Action will host 140 students from across the Province and is only a few…

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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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CBC AFTERNOON DRIVE: Cities and Climate Action students interviewed

Windsor has approved a budget for 2020 — but how does it perform in light of the city's declaration of…

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Green Bonds – A catalyst for municipal action against climate change and the age-old problem of municipal fiscal capacity

Research paper by Sharath Voleti (December 2019) for upper-year Windsor Law Municipal Law course. How then can an Ontario municipality…

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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…