The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) recently announced the award recipients for its 2017-2018 Partnership Development Grants. I am pleased to report that my grant with Lianne Lefsrud (University of Alberta Faculty of Engineering) and Heather Eckert (University of Alberta, Faculty of Arts) was approved. Additional partners include the Alberta Energy Regulator, Alberta Justice and Solicitor General, Alberta Labor, and Nova Scotia Public Prosecution Service. The project is focused on “Enhancing Regulatory Effectiveness and Corporate Performance.”
Today, a summary of our SSHRC-funded research on “The Effectiveness of Fracking Disclosure Regimes in Canada” appeared in The Hill Times. Founded in 1989, The Hill Times is an Ottawa-based weekly newspaper that covers Canadian government and politics. The article is available below and online: Sharing a Wealth of Information: How Regulators Can Improve Fracking Disclosure Practices. Continue reading
Today, a summary of our SSHRC-funded research on “The Effectiveness of Fracking Disclosure Regimes in Canada” appeared in The Huffington Post. The original story is available here: What Makes Public Disclosure Effective?
Today, at the Imagining Canada’s Future Forum, we presented a summary of our research project: From availability to accessibility: effectively using information disclosure to govern energy production. The invitation-only event was held at the University of Calgary and featured presentations from 21 researchers funded in November 2015 through Knowledge Synthesis Grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada as part of its Imaging Canada’s Future initiative.
On November 4, I gave a talk at Open Minds 2015. The Office of the Vice President of Research was kind enough to send me a copy of the video. Enjoy!
The slides I presented are available here.