Dr. Hoicka in the Media
Dr. Hoicka interviewed for Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada “Disrupting the energy system. How clusters of innovations can accelerate the low-carbon energy transition”
Dr. Hoicka interviewed for Geeking out on innovation diffusion theory for Energi Media podcast
Dr. Christina Hoicka interviewed for EnergiMedia on the role of renewable energy for economic development in Indigenous communities
Dr. Hoicka interviewed for CBC Story Rooftop solar power is on the rise, but Canada has yet to embrace its sunny ways
Co-author of open letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, signed by 50 scholars, quoted in the National Observer, May 7. https://www.nationalobserver.com/2020/05/07/news/use-pandemic-future-proof-against-climate-crisis-academic-group-urges
Matthew Hoffmann , Christina Hoicka, Alison Kemper, Cheryl Teelucksingh Opinion. “COVID-19 recovery is chance to build greener, more inclusive society: Rebuilding efforts should aim to head off future climate crises” First Policy Response, June 1, http://policyresponse.ca/covid-19-recovery-is-chance-to-build-greener-more-inclusive-society/
Guest speaker Julie MacArthur to explore energy democracy and its role in innovation. YFile, York University News.
York research cluster receives international recognition for working to advance sustainable development goals. YFile, York University News.
Hoicka, C. E. Invited scientist/academic panelist for Canadian Launch of the Green New Deal campaign. The Leap Organization, Eco Watch, May 6, Toronto, Canada. https://www.ecowatch.com/green-new-deal-canada-2636497525.html
The next Scholars Hub lecture explores how to successfully transition to a low-carbon economy. YFile, York University News.
Hoicka, C. E. Interviewed for ENERGY TRANSITIONS Renewables to grow 50%, but coal to dominate -report, Carlos Anchondo, E&E News reporter, Energy wire, Tuesday, October 22. https://www.eenews.net/stories/1062406631
Hoicka, C. E. interviewed for and cited in Pittis, D. “Nuclear fusion, a disruptive power source for crowded cities: Private sector push and new tech means nuclear fusion is closer than ever” CBC News. January 21. https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/green-power-fusion-1.4981885
Hoicka, C. E. interviewed for and cited in Wilt, J. “Bitcoin miners are eating up Canada’s electricity” The Narwhal, June 28. https://thenarwhal.ca/bitcoin-miners-are-eating-up-canadas-electricity/
Hoicka, C. E interviewed for and cited in Phillips, K. “Where are the women in Canadian green tech?”. Women’s Post. May 19.
Hoicka, C. E. interviewed for and cited in Vasil, A. “Earth Day prophecy: women rising up in fight against climate chaos” NOW Magazine. April 19.
The Lab Researcher and Alumni Media
Alicia Campney, MES/JD 2019, lab alumni, Blog Post: How the Supreme Court’s carbon price review intersects with Indigenous rights and reconciliation for Canadian Institute for Climate Choices
Maria-Louise McMaster, Christina E. Hoicka, Yuxu Zhao, Runa R. Das, Guest Blog: Accelerating a 1.5°C Energy Transition: Diffusion of Low-Carbon Innovations to Energy Users for the Smart Prosperity Institute. Smart Prosperity Institute.
Katarina Savic interview – “Energy transition key to “economic reconciliation” for Canadian indigenous communities”. EnergiMedia.
Katarina Savic and Christina E Hoicka, Post-COVID-19 Indigenous Economic Recovery – Reconciliation in the Energy Transition. Smart Prosperity Institute.
York researchers investigate challenge of how to achieve 100 per cent renewable energy in urban cities. YFile, York University News.
By and for local people: Grad student looks at energy through justice lens. YFile, York University News.
Alicia Campney Spotlight in A SHARED Future Newsletter.
Susan Wyse Spotlight by the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change.
Researcher Spotlight: Dr. Christina Hoicka, Dr. Runa Das, Maria Louise McMaster, Yuxu Zhao. Smart Prosperity Institute.
John Lau is one of Corporate Knight’s Top 30 under 30. Corporate Knight’s.
Unique lab at York University focuses on the power of community in transitioning to low-carbon energy. YFile News, York University.
Public Talks and Public Lectures
Hoicka C. E., Keynote speaker. “Green New Deal in Canada”. President’s Lecture Series, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences and Innovative Learning at Humber College, Canada. November 6. https://liberalarts.humber.ca/current-students/resources/conferences-and-lectures/presidents-lecture-series.html
Hoicka, C. E., “Is a 100% Renewable Energy Future Possible? Advances for Community Participation in a Low-Carbon Energy Transition” The York Circle, York University, Canada, September 28.
Hoicka, C. E., “Science, a Human Right”. International Science Center and Science Museum Day. Ontario Science Centre, Canada, November 10.
Hoicka C. E., Innovation, communities and participation in a low-carbon energy transition, Low-Carbon Energy Seminar, The Energy Centre, The University of Auckland Business School, University of Auckland, New Zealand, July 19.
Hoicka, C. E., “Community energy planning, teaching, research and linking theory to practice”. Seminar Series, Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability, The University of Oklahoma, USA, October 31.
Hoicka, C. E., “Communities and Energy Management”. Energizing Discussion and Change for a Sustainable Future, Science Café, hosted by Brock University Environmental Sustainability Research Centre, St Catharines, Canada, March 29.
Hoicka, C. E., “Diffusion of Multiple Demand-Side Low-Carbon Innovations in a 1.5C Energy Transition: How do we measure the diffusion of multiple low-carbon innovations and what can we learn?” Energy & Society Network seminar series, The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland (virtual), November 2.
Hoicka, C. E., “Measuring the diffusion of multiple low-carbon innovations for end-users in a 1.5 C energy transition.” Environmental governance lab, work in progress seminar, University of Toronto, Canada, November 1.
Hoicka, C. E., Invited speaker and discussion group moderator. Community Forum a Green New Deal for Ontario. Hosted by Jessica Bell, MPP University Rosedale. Cecil Street Community Centre, Toronto, Canada, July 24.
Hoicka, C. E. “Innovation, communities and participation in a low-carbon energy transition.” CLEEN2040 Shift Energy Academy, Environmental Energy Institute, University of Windsor, Windsor, Canada, June 20.
Hoicka C. E. “Sustainable Energy Transitions: Linking Pro-environmental Behaviour to System Innovation” IASS Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany, April 11.
Hoicka, C. E. “New Course in Community Energy Planning”. Teaching Energy Efficiency Policy at the Post-Secondary Level Workshop. Sustainable Energy Initiative, hosted at Schulich School of Business, York University, Toronto, Canada, July 17.
Invited Conference Presentations
Hoicka, C. E. Invited participant and speaker in “Property Rights, Digitalisation and the Energy Transition” Second Procida Symposion of the research group Property Rights, Globalisation and the Social Function of Property. Island of Procida in the Gulf of Naples, Italy, 19-23 September
Hoicka, C. E. Session 2: “Is polarization over energy technologies a failure of public policy, regulation, industry, activism or all of the above?” DIVIDED? Polarization and Canada’s Energy Future in an Age of Climate Changeconference, University of Ottawa’s Positive Energy initiative. Ottawa, Canada, October 7. https://www.uottawa.ca/positive-energy/sites/www.uottawa.ca.positive-energy/files/positive_energy_program_website_final_reduced.pdf
Hoicka, C. E., “How can we accelerate the diffusion of low-carbon innovations for a 1.5C mitigation target while managing consequential risks, solutions, governance, and equity?” Energy Modelling Initiative, Central Workshop, Ottawa, September 12. https://emi-ime.ca/central-workshop/
Hoicka, C. E,. “Research on Innovation at the Intersection of Energy and Communities & Finding the Women Scholars in Energy Research.” Everything Under the Sun: York’s Engagement in Vital Environment and Climate Change Issues Symposium, York University, Toronto, November 17.
Hoicka, C .E., “Unlocking the Ivory Tower: Putting Research into Practice”. Invited Workshop Speaker, Federation of Canadian Municipalities Sustainable Communities Conference, London, Canada, February 11.
Hoicka, C. E. Panel member. “Moving forward with regional planning and siting”. Energy Conference 2014: Ontario’s Evolving Energy System. Ontario Energy Association. Toronto, Canada, October 8.
Hoicka, C. E., “Socio-technical research and sustainable energy”, Engineering Research That Matters Celebration, York University, Toronto, Canada, February 28.