A Sustainable Agricultural Approach Canada’s population increased by over 5% from 2016 to 2021, and it is expected to continue growing. Canada must ensure its agricultural sector is resilient, innovative, and sustainable enough to feed a growing population, and competitive enough to remain a top food exporter. Many countries, including Canada, are currently experiencing serious challenges to their agricultural sectors, Read More…
The Future of Canada-Japan Relations in the Post-Trump Era
The Canada-Japan relationship is well established but it will face some uncertainty in the coming years. In this article, Emilio Angeles examines the bilateral-relationship and highlights potential areas of contention between the two countries.
Women’s participation in sustainable food production
Food insecurity is a global issue, though it most prevalently affects women and their families in developing nations. Agriculture is one of the main methods of employment for these women, though pervasive gender inequality in many of these areas results in a lack of resources and opportunities for women working in agriculture. According to Cristina Read More…
Climate Change: Historical Lessons and Policy Tools
In this article, Marian Corera and Justin Dell investigate historical climate policy success stories and explore options for the future.
Questions about Corporate Social Responsibility in China
By considering that Corporate Social Responsibility may emerge differently in China due to cultural considerations, we are able to gain a better picture of CSR in China.
CSR In India: Fostering ‘Responsible Growth’ Through Public-Private Partnerships
In 2014, India was the first country to enact a national law on Corporate Social Responsibility. Since then, the public and private sector have been partnering to transform India’s socio-economic landscape – or have they? Charlotte Provost discusses the potential ramifications of legitimizing CSR.
Good Business: Is Corporate Social Responsibility Profitable?
Companies from all sectors are having to confront, and adapt to, a range of disruptive forces, including an increasingly interconnected and technologically savvy world, and intense competition for natural resources. Natasha Dobrijevic explores how companies are using Corporate Social Responsibility to confront these changes.
COP21: Issues of the Tiny Blue Dot
Analyzing the 2015 Paris Climate Change Conference
The Marriage of Environment and Economics: A Review of Scott Vaughan´s “Trade and Sustainable Development”
The idea of sustainable development is fairly simple; a system of development that meets the needs of today while bearing in mind its ability to continue for the future. It is often the simplest of ideas which have the most perplexing complexities due to their openness and interpretation. Earlier this year, a group of thirty Read More…