Maureen G. Reed

Maureen G Reed is a distinguished professor in, and assistant director, academic, of the School of Environment and Sustainability at the University of Saskatchewan. She also holds a UNESCO chair in biocultural diversity, sustainability, reconciliation, and renewal with Dr Jim Robson. Her research focuses on models of governance that can help communities become resilient and environmentally and socially sustainable. She has conducted research and supported government agencies to address gender (in)equity in forestry, intersectional analyses of the impacts of climate change, and the structural and procedural inequalities embedded within planning and assessment processes.  

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