ASI leads and collaborates on research projects that advance Canada’s transition to a low-carbon, socially-inclusive future.

Our areas of focus tend to include: Transition Leadership mindsets, capacities and practices; Climate Action workforce development in Canada; learning and development approaches.

Current Research Projects

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Elevating Equity: Barriers and Enablers for Racialized Women in Climate Action Leadership

ASI’s newest research project, funded by the Toronto Workforce Funder Collaborative, aims to create a story repository highlighting sustaining policies and practices, as well as system-level recommendations to bolster support and opportunities for racialized women, non-binary, and trans-femme individuals in climate action leadership in Canada.

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Upskilling for Canada’s Climate Transition

The Academy for Sustainable Innovation recently wrapped up our research project “Upskilling for Canada’s Climate Transition” that was conducted in partnership with the Resilience by Design Lab (RbD) and the Future Skills Centre, funded by the Government of Canada’s Future Skills Program.

Read our latest report that details our findings and recommendations on how short-duration training can upskill, reskill, and ultimately equip workers with the necessary competencies to lead Canada’s climate transition.

Past Research Projects

ASI has participated in a variety of research projects and reports. Click below to access publicly available reports and publications.

Do you have a research opportunity that you’d like to discuss? Get in touch with us.

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