Dr. Mallett’s experience spans academia and the public sectors, working on the design, implementation and evaluation of energy, climate change and environmental policy.  She has worked for the Canadian government (Natural Resources Canada and Environment Canada), an intergovernmental organization (the Organization of American States in Washington, D.C.), and academic institutions including Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, the University of Sussex in the United Kingdom and the University of Minnesota in the United States.

Alexandra Mallett

Alexandra Mallett

Associate Professor
Graduate Supervisor, MA in Sustainable Energy

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Sustainable energy and climate policy; emerging economies / developing countries; low carbon technology cooperation; innovation, science and technology policies, changes in the Canadain North


  • School of Public Policy and Administration Excellence in Teaching Award, Carleton University, 2016/2019
  • Canadian Science Policy Fellow, NRCan, 2016
  • Green Gown Award for Exceptional Environmental Research in the United Kingdom, 2009
  • Instant Award, Policy and Communication, Environment Canada, Health and Environment Ministers of the Americas (HEMA) process, 2004

Academic Leadership

Active Initiatives

Books & Edited Collections

Beyond Policy Analysis
Renewable Energy Uptake in Urban Latin America: Sustainable Technology in Mexico and Brazil.
Low Carbon Technology Transfer: From Rhetoric To Reality.

Media coverage