Assistant Professor of International Affairs - Environmental Issues, Regulation, Voluntary Codes and Governance
|Phone:||613-520-2600 x 6669|
|Office:||5105 Richcraft Hall|
Professor Weibust joined the NPSIA in 2001, after teaching Public Administration at Iowa State University. She earned her in Ph. D. in Political Science from MIT. During her doctoral studies, she consulted on environmental policy for the Canadian government and other organizations. Prior to graduate school, Professor Weibust was a program evaluator with the Public Service Commission of Canada. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and a Master’s in Public Administration, both from Carleton University.
Her research interests are environmental regulation, globalization and governance. Her current projects include a trinational research project on the NAFTA environmental side-agreement, focusing on the Citizen Submission Enforcement Mechanism.
Environmental Issues, Regulation, Voluntary Codes, Governance