SCARP Faculty Research

SCARP FACULTY RESEARCH GRANT FUNDING

  • Housing Research Collaborative: Development of a Canadian housing data portal and housing research hub hosted by UBC, Penny Gurstein, BC Housing, Real Estate Foundation of BC (REFBC) 

 

  • Shipping resilience: strategic planning for coastal community resilience to marine transportation risk. Stephanie Chang. MEOPAR.

 

  • Model of impact of dilbit and oil spills in the Salish sea. Stephanie Chang. MEOPAR.

 

  • Development of an electric bicycle incentive program at the municipal scale. Alex Bigazzi. SSHRC.

 

  • Immigrant inclusion in planning practice. Maged Senbel. SSHRC.

 

  • Bridging the gap: New towns and village-based urbanization in Hanoi (Vietnam). Michael Leaf. SSHRC.

 

  • Scaling Indigenous Community Planning in BC and Beyond. Leonie Sandercock, Real Estate Foundation of BC.

 

  • Collaborative governance of urbanizing watersheds: Integrated research, institution and capacity building for sustainability and climate risk adaptation in Angat River Basin, Philippines, Nora Angeles, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)

 

  • Reducing greenhouse gas emissions in British Columbia: From planning to action, Mark Stevens and Maged Senbel Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)

 

  • Socioeconomic Vulnerability and Risk Indicators for Coastal CommunitiesStephanie Chang, Marine environmental observation prediction and response (MEOPAR)

 

  • Building a network of fixed coastal observing and forecast systemsStephanie Chang, Marine environmental observation prediction and response (MEOPAR)

 

 

  • Multimedia as catalyst for indigenous community development on Haida GwaiiLeonie Sandercock, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)

 

  • Developing a predictive tool to evaluate travel and place-based GHG emissions from alternative approaches to community development,Larry Frank, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)

 

  • Assessing municipal water metering policies in British ColumbiaJordi Honey-Roses, Hampton Fund

 

  • The future of public housing workshopPenny Gurstein, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)

 

  • Maritime transportation disruption: an integrated assessment for coastal community resilienceStephanie Chang, Marine environmental observation prediction and response (MEOPAR)

 

  • Informality and governance in Peri-urban Southeast Asia: A study of the Jakarta and Hanoi metropolitan regions, Michael Leaf, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)

 

  • A tale of two cities: comparing the new cultural economy and the tranformation of urban space in Seattle and VancouverTom Hutton,Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)

 

  • Housing justice: Public engagement, policy development and legal rightsPenny Gurstein, Peter Wall Solutions Initiative

 

For more information on SCARP faculty research interests check out the faculty People pages:  www.scarp.ubc.ca/faculty