School of Public Policy and Administration
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The School of Public Policy and Administration at Carleton University prepares students for careers of leadership and meaningful contribution across the public, private and nonprofit sectors.
SPPA delivers a range of professionally-relevant academic programs that balance theory and practice, tradition and innovation. We offer an energizing intellectual environment, an expansive community of scholars and practitioners, as well as a welcoming culture that respects and supports diverse perspectives.
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Thursday, May 13, 2021
Professor Susan Phillips Spearheads the Publication of the First Comprehensive Resource About Canada’s Voluntary Sector
E-BOOK EXPLORES CANADA’S CHARITIES AND NONPROFITS The first comprehensive resource about Canada’s voluntary...
E-BOOK EXPLORES CANADA’S CHARITIES AND NONPROFITS The first comprehensive resource about Canada’s voluntary sector was published today by The Muttart Foundation. Intersections and Innovations: Change in Canada’s Voluntary and Nonprofit Sector is now freely available online here. Users are able to download the full 600-plus-page e-book...
Monday, May 10, 2021
Prof. James Meadowcroft’s new Transition Accelerator Report assesses Pathways to Net Zero Emissions for critical sectors of the economy
From the Carleton Research news room: "Transition Accelerator Report Assesses Pathways to Net Zero Emissions for...
From the Carleton Research news room: "Transition Accelerator Report Assesses Pathways to Net Zero Emissions for Critical Sectors of the Economy It is time for a major shift in the way that we approach the climate problem. That’s the message of Pathways to Net Zero a new report from Transition Accelerator, a pan-Canadian Charity that works with...