Chad Walker, Ph.D.

Research - Teaching - Impact


The Climate & Local Energy Action Network Lab is a research group led by Dr. Chad Walker at Dalhousie University's School of Planning. Read more about Staff and Students below. For more information about research opportunities, please visit 'Grad student opportunities'. 

Current Staff and Students

Masters Students

Lewis Blagogie 

What fuels you? For me, it is a natural curiosity about our planet and how it responds to change. My interests revolve around renewable energy, environmental health and justice, remote sensing, and GIS techniques. My goal is to advance the field of environmental research and improve community well-being through impactful and interdisciplinary work. Originally from Ghana, I am thrilled to have been accepted into Dalhousie University's School of Planning with Dr. Chad Walker and the Climate and Local Energy Action Network Lab (CLEAN Lab), where I plan to further explore these interests and make a meaningful contribution to the field.

Myah Shantz

Hello, my name is Myah (She/Her), a Master of Planning student at Dalhousie University. My passion lies in justice, equity, sustainability, and climate change resilience. I am focused on building a career as a professional planner within the renewable energy sector and assisting Canada’s renewable energy transition. Currently, I am working as a research assistant in the CLEAN Lab, assessing levels of participation and equity within Halifax's solar energy transition. Our team is working to identify pathways toward a Just solar energy transition for Halifax and beyond.

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