Modern Law - Droit Moderne

Episode 29: Kristen van de Biezenbos on Canada’s complicated path to decarbonization

Episode Summary

Yves Faguy speaks with Kristen van de Biezenbos about the challenges ahead in crafting an effective and legally sound approach to decarbonization in Canada, given its federal structure and the complexities of federal/provincial/territorial and Indigenous relations.

Episode Notes

Kristen van de Biezenbos, a law professor at California Western, teaches environmental, energy and climate change law and has written extensively about energy justice and electricity regulation. Her research has also brought her to Canada – she taught for several years at the University of Calgary, where she focused on Canada’s energy transmission policy. She continues to serve as an expert on the mitigation panel for the Canadian Climate Institute, which advises the federal government on climate change.


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