Jen Gobby is an educator, researcher, and organizer based in unceded Abenaki territory in rural Quebec. She has a PhD from McGill, is an affiliate professor at Concordia and teaches at Bishop’s University. She is the founder of the Mudgirls Natural Building Collective and director of Research for the Front Lines. Her research and activism centre on the fight for climate and environmental justice in so-called Canada.
An interview with Chris Dixon on doing research with social movements.
I sat down with six economists to ask them two pressing questions: first, what are the biggest economic barriers to a just transition in Canada and, second, how do we overcome them?