|Nicholas Arden Brooks' "Still Life with Newspaper and Pipes"|
(1890). Ah, how enjoyable it can be to sit and read the news...
Media requests: I enjoy speaking to the press about any issues relating to environmental politics (in particular: the 'growth-environment paradox', energy and climate change, and sustainable food and transport - notably climate policy debates relating to aviation, nuclear energy, livestock, rail travel, and novel proteins.
What are the global impacts of a world going 'vegatariano'? I enjoyed speaking with BBC Mundo's Cecilia Barría about this:
- "Cómo cambiaría la economía si todos nos volviéramos vegetarianos" BBC Mundo (September 23, 2019).
- And a similar theme, but tackled from the other side, by Lynne Curry: "The 'Eat Less Meat' Movement is Growing. Does it Distort the Science?" The New Food Economy (September 5th, 2019).
Is the Green Party's Climate Plan ("Mission: Possible") actually possible? Had an interesting interview with Graham Slaughter of CTV News about this:
- "Elizabeth May wants a fully renewable electricity grid by 2030. Is that possible?" CTV News (September 18th, 2019).
Had a good email exchange with blogger Peter Rukavina about VIA Rail's heavy carbon footprint on the East Coast:
- "Why I flew to Montreal instead of taking the train (and why we need better trains)" (RUK blog; September 17th, 2019).
I was on CBC The Current, with guest host Matt Galloway discussing the Greta Thunberg-inspired Flygskam movement:
- "Shaming people into fighting climate change won't work, says scientist" CBC The Current (August 19th, 2019).
- Also ended up on CBC's Maritime Noon call-in show: "The environmental cost of air travel" (hosted by Bob Murphy, September 19th, 2019).
Interviewed for a CBC segment on the recent IPCC Report on Land (and implications for meat consumption):
- "Fight climate change by eating meat, Ottawa farmers say," CBC News (by Laura Osman, Jennifer Chevalier, August 15th, 2019).
- "5 Ways to Make Air Travel Greener," CBC News (by Emily Chung, August 13th, 2019).
- "Academics Pledge to Fly Less Due to Environmental Impact of Air Travel,” The Globe & Mail (by Joe Friesen, July 16th, 2019).
- "Drake's climate change problem," Maclean's (by Kyle Edwards, June 26th, 2019).
- "Drake's Raptors Parade Flyover Was as Bad for the World as Burning 24,889 Lbs of Coal" Narcity, (by Patrick John Gilson, June 26th, 2019).
- "Airplanes are a massive source of carbon emissions and the industry has no real plan to reduce pollution, prof warns," Georgia Straight (by Travis Lupick, June 3rd, 2019)
- "Congress 2019: UBC throws open its doors to academics, and the public," Vancouver Sun (by Randy Shore, May 24th, 2019)
- "What's going to happen to Vancouver's economy when it becomes increasingly shameful to fly?" Georgia Straight (by Charlie Smith, June 6th, 2019)
Featured in ProfTalks Podcast, where I discuss the debates about livestock and climate change (and link to previous work on high-speed rail and climate change):
- "Climate Change, Livestock Production & More w Dr. Ryan Katz-Rosene," ProfTalks w Adam Vasallo (April 20, 2019)
Interviewed for two articles relating to the GM Oshawa closure and rise of global electric vehicle market, Toronto Star (2018):
- "A global shift toward electric vehicles is well underway, experts say," (by Ben Spurr, November 27, 2018).
Interviewé (une deuxième fois) pour un article sure l'empreinte GES du Sommet du G7, Radio-Canada (2018):
- "Des milliers de tonnes de gaz à effet de serre causées par le G7," (par David Rémillard, 10 novembre, 2018).
Interviewed for an article about The Future of Sustainable Protein Research Symposium, in The Fulcrum (2018):
Interviewé pour un exposé sur l’empreinte écologique laissée par le Sommet du G7, Le Soleil (2018):
Interviewed for a piece on one of my paper presentations at Congress in National Post (2018) - [NOTE: I'm not a big fan of the headline; this is an issue which requires context and nuance]:
- "Livestock emissions aren't about to destroy the world, researcher says," (by Jake Edmiston, May 2018).
- See also: "The myth about cow flatulence," Farmers Forum (by Tom Collins, June 2019).
- "After massive investments, Trudeau government puts public transit on track" (by Carl Meyer, April 2018).
- "3 Questions pour comprendre: la vague des voitures électriques" (par Reda Bourgeois-Maaroufi, novembre, 2017)
Interviewed for a piece on Alumni of Carleton's Institute of Political Economy (2017):
Interviewed for VICE media on high-speed rail (2017):
Media Outreach about the 'Green Meat' Roundtable at Congress (2016):
A New Approach to Teaching (2015):
- "Geography seminar gives students unique insight into environmental policy" (Balca, January 19th, 2015).
Review of A Line in the Tar Sands (2014):
SSHRC Storytellers (2014):
- "Meet the Storytellers: Ryan Katz-Rosene" (April 9th, 2014).
- "Carleton Grad Students Take Top Honours in National SSHRC Storytellers Challenge" (April 1st, 2014).
- "SSHRC Announces Storytellers Winners" (April 1st, 2014).
GRIT Award (2014):
Three Minute Thesis (2013):
Peace Process Simulation (2005):