In the Green Gap Project, we are connecting with organizations and individuals spanning across the green jobs sector. These include 6 key stakeholder groups: green business leaders; green energy and green jobs policy informants; labour organization and trade union representatives; and green job training program organizers. The final two groups are green job seekers who […]
On October 3-5, the Good Jobs Summit will be held in Toronto. It is a national dialogue between workers, students, governments, employers and community organizations, with the goal of finding solutions and new approaches to jobs and the economy. The Green Gap’s Cheryl Teelucksingh will be speaking on the Green Jobs workshop panel on the […]
Our project team is looking for research participants from racialized backgrounds to contribute to our study of the green economy in Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area. We are currently looking for individuals looking for a green job to participate in an interview, to speak to about: What makes a green job? Why are you […]
The Green Gap is a multi-year, cross-disciplinary study based jointly out of Ryerson University and the University of Toronto. It is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. For a printable summary of the project, download the overview here.
The Green Gap will be presenting at the Environmental Studies Association of Canada (ESAC) conference this May, part of the 2014 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. This year’s event is titled “Borders without Boundaries”. It is Canada’s largest gathering of scholars across disciplines, bringing together “academics, researchers, policy-makers, and practitioners to share findings, refine […]