Expected Outcomes

  1. Strengthen interdisciplinary academic research in Quebec, Ontario, California and Vermont on transport and climate policy through working papers, academic workshops and peer-review publications.
  2. Train graduate students in all four jurisdictions on issues of low-carbon transport and climate policy through active collaboration with leading experts.
  3. Strengthen transdisciplinary research collaborations between academic researchers and practitioners through the publication of policy briefs, JCCTRP website and quarterly newsletter
  4. Mobilize knowledge and engage the public on the social, economic and political dimensions of efforts to reduce emissions in the transport sector and links with carbon pricing through the public seminars, media outreach in addition to the JCCTRP website and quarterly newsletter.