Media Releases

2013 Earth Day

April 16, 2013

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on a variety of issues related to Earth Day.

Global environmental politics
International organizations and global governance
International relations 

Steven Bernstein
Professor, Chair and Graduate Director
St. George Campus
Department of Political Science
Office: 416-978-8493
steven.bernstein@utoronto.ca

International environmental law (e.g. Kyoto Protocol)
Public international law (e.g. inter-state use of force, UN collective security system) 

Jutta Brunnee
Professor
St. George Campus
Faculty of Law
Office: 416-946-7353
jutta.brunnee@utoronto.ca
Languages: German, French

Geomorphology, River processes, Climate change
Human-Environment interactions
Paleohydrology 

Joseph Desloges
Professor
St. George Campus
Woodsworth College
Department of Earth Sciences
Office: 416-978-5234, 416-978-5782
joseph.desloges@utoronto.ca

Economic development
Environmental policy
Environmentalist movement
Food policy
Science and technology policy
Sustainable development 

Pierre Desrochers
AssociateProfessor
U of T Mississauga Campus
University of Toronto Mississauga
Department of Geography
Office: 905-828-5206
pierre.desrochers@utoronto.ca
Languages: French
http://epsem.erin.utoronto.ca/desrochers/

Cultural identity politics
Culture and biodiversity conservation
Environment and development
Ethics and development
Exploitation of mountaineering porters
Kashmir
Natural hazards and vulnerability 

Kenneth MacDonald
Assistant Professor
U of T Scarborough Campus
Department of Geography
Centre for Diaspora and Transnational Studies
Office: 416-946-3205
Home: 416-466-2651
kmacd@utsc.utoronto.ca
Languages: Balti
*NOTE: Email is best.

Canadian labour history and relations
North American environmental history 

Laurel MacDowell
Professor
U of T Mississauga Campus
School of Graduate Studies
University of Toronto Mississauga
Department of Historical Studies (UTM)
Department of History
Centre for Environment
Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources
Office: 905-828-5243, 416-978-1941
laurel.macdowell@utoronto.ca
*NOTE: Email is best.

Environmental politics
Forest politics and policy in western North America
Natural resources
Regulation of genetically modified foods and crops 

William Prudham
Professor
St. George Campus
Department of Geography
School of Environmental Studies
Office: 416-978-4975
scott.prudham@utoronto.ca

Environmental decision making
Environmental ethics
Philosophy of architecture 

Ingrid Stefanovic
Professor
St. George Campus
School of the Environment
Department of Philosophy
Office: 416-926-1300, x 3260
ingrid.stefanovic@utoronto.ca
*NOTE: Best reached by email.

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