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Dr. Mark Winfield discusses hydrogen, carbon and sustainable energy

Dr. Mark Winfield discusses hydrogen, carbon and sustainable energy

Update: 2022-10-29
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In this episode I am interviewing someone deeply involved with advising Canadian institutions on the energy policy, especially sustainable energy transitions.  As this has also been a focus of the podcast, I’m looking forward to discussing the best approaches for the country.


Mark Winfield is a Professor of Environmental and Urban Change at York University. He is also Co-Chair of the Faculty's Sustainable Energy Initiative, and Coordinator of the Joint Master of Environmental Studies/Juris Doctor program offered in conjunction with Osgoode Hall Law School.  He has published articles, book chapters and reports on a wide range of climate change, environment and energy law and policy topics. Professor Winfield has acted as an advisor to the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario and federal Commissioner for Environment and Development. From 2017-2020 he served as a member of the Conseil d'administration (board of directors) of Transitions energetique Quebec, a Crown corporation established to implement a low-carbon energy transition strategy for Quebec.  He is currently co-editing a volume on Sustainable Energy Transitions for Canada: Opportunities and Challenges for UBC Press.


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Dr. Mark Winfield discusses hydrogen, carbon and sustainable energy

Dr. Mark Winfield discusses hydrogen, carbon and sustainable energy

Al Scott