The Work and Climate Change Report began as part of the Work in a Warming World (W3) Project based at York University, Toronto. In 2016, the Work and Climate Change Report continues as part of the Adapting Canadian Work and Workplaces to Respond to Climate Change (ACW) research project, also led by York University, and which brings together 47 individual researchers and 24 partner organizations from 4 countries.
The Work and Climate Change Report supports the research of the ACW project, which asks:
- How best can Canada’s diverse workplaces adapt work to mitigate greenhouse gases?
- In Canada’s present economic and social environment, what changes in law and policy, work design and business models, would assist the “greening” of workplaces and work?
- What can we learn from other countries to clarify our understanding of strategic options?
Lead Investigator of both the W3 project and the ACW project is Professor Carla Lipsig-Mummé.
Editor of the Work and Climate Change Report is Elizabeth Perry. To contact us, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .