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Food for Thought: The social aspects of socio-technological systems transitions

In this talk, Prof. Chelsea Schelly will summarize some of her research that examines socio-technological systems transitions (STST). Prof. Schelly will present lessons from this work, including barriers and opportunities for effective engagement with STST research. These issues tie directly to the urgency of addressing climate change and how to meaningfully engage communities in research.

Prof. Monica Gatinger

Opening remarks

Prof. Monica Gatinger

Director, ISSP and Full Professor at the School of Political Studies, uOttawa

Chelsea Schelly

Keynote speaker

Prof. Chelsea Schelly

2022 Fulbright Research Chair in Science and Society, ISSP uOttawa

Meghan Beattie

Moderator

Meghan Beattie

Postdoctoral Researcher, SUNLAB Solar Research Group, uOttawa

Marisa Beck

Closing remarks

Dr. Marisa Beck

Research Director, ISSP, uOttawa

Date and time
Feb 24, 2022
Location
Virtual
Language
English
Organized by
Host

Institute for Science, Society and Policy