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Course description

The CBN is a knowledge-based national network of passionate, multi-disciplinary industry professionals, focused on uncovering, understanding and sharing brownfield barriers and solutions. The CBN is conducting a national brownfield survey in honour of the 15th year anniversary of the National Round Table on the Environment and Economy’s report on Canadian brownfields. Join Reanne Ridsdale, graduate student from Ryerson University as she explains how to participate and why you should participate. Use your voice to tell us how Canada is doing! Please see canadianbrownfieldsnetwork.ca for more information.

Reanne  Ridsdale

Reanne Ridsdale

PhD Student, Ryerson University

Ms. Ridsdale is a PhD student at Ryerson University, receiving a Ryerson Graduate Fellowship for 2016-2018. Her research will focus on brownfield revitalization and contaminated land management.  Reanne completed her Master’s in 2015 from the University of Saskatchewan. Her thesis, titled “Assessing Sustainable Remediation Using Sustainability Discourse,” is focused on how sustainability contributes to sustainable remediation, and its efficacy in decision-making. Her research also included looking at the components of a sustainable framework, which includes robust stakeholder involvement, maintaining intergenerational goals, and achieving a socio-ecological balance. She interned with the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) and received a Mitacs Accelerate Grant during her studies.  She assisted with stakeholder engagement and comprehensive community planning intern at Prairie Wild Consulting. She is an active member of SuRF Canada, and co-authored an article with the international SuRF Initiative Team.

Course Contents

1 Video


1 Disqus

0.5 hrs

Course Curriculum

National Brownfield Survey by the Canadian Brownfield Network