Climate Crisis and the Future of Work Summer School (SOCI 6530)

Co-hosted with Memorial University’s Faculty of Business Administration and the Master of Employment Relations programs, the course seeks to equip graduate students from across the disciplines with the rigorous academic knowledge and applied skills needed to understand how the climate crisis - as well as the transition to a clean energy economy - are affecting workers and communities in Canada and around the world.
The graduate course also offers students the opportunity to engage in inter-active sessions about climate solutions, as well as discuss emerging pathways that critically join climate, job, and equity goals.
Directed by Dr. John Peters (an expert in decarbonization, just transition, and labour sociology), the Summer School promises to be of a great relevance for all graduate students interested in the environment and how to navigate the historic transition to a zero-carbon economy.


Location: TBA

Date and Time: Tuesday, May 21st at 01:00 PM - Friday, May 31st at 04:00 PM (NDT)