Associate Professor, Centre for Environmental Law and Global Sustainability
Faculty of Law (Common Law), University of Ottawa
Nathalie J. Chalifour is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa and Co-Director of the Centre for Environmental Law and Global Sustainability. Her main area of research is environmental law and policy, with a focus the intersection between the environment, the economy, and social justice. Her publications address a variety of topics, including climate change, environmental justice, carbon taxation and the green economy, brownfields, sustainable agriculture, and environmental human rights. She has edited several books, including Energy, Governance and Sustainability, Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation, Vol. V, and The Canadian Brownfields Manual. She was recently Associate Director at the Institute of the Environment where she developed a policy-oriented, interdisciplinary Masters of Environmental Sustainability. She obtained her Doctorate of Law at Stanford University, and holds a Master in Juridical Sciences which she obtained as a Stanford Fellow and Fulbright Scholar.