Assessing Political Pathways for Energy Transition

Our project seeks to identify how best to navigate democratic constraints on policy-making by developing an integrated assessment of how public and elite opinion shape policy decisions on energy innovation. This enables us to generate data-driven insights into the political risks associated with various energy transition paths and could help policy makers identify possible policy win-sets for other scholars engaged in CFREF projects.

Attitudes Toward Energy Transition in Alberta

Lori Thorlakson, Melanee Thomas

Conference/Workshop

Attitudes about energy transition in Alberta

Lori Thorlakson, Melanee Thomas, Brooks DeCillia

Government Briefings

Climate Anxiety and Energy Politics: Public Opinion About Energy Transition in Alberta

Lori Thorlakson, Melanee Thomas, Brooks DeCillia

Conference/Workshop

Energy/Economic Transition: A Population Based Survey Experiment

Lori Thorlakson, Melanee Thomas

Misc

Perspectives of a low carbon transition for an energy economy: the case of Alberta

Lori Thorlakson

Conference/Workshop

Policy summary and network directory

Nathan Cannataro, Lori Thorlakson

Misc: Database