Kate Parizeau
Kate Parizeau
Associate Professor, University of Guelph
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TitleCited byYear
Household-level dynamics of food waste production and related beliefs, attitudes, and behaviours in Guelph, Ontario
K Parizeau, M von Massow, R Martin
Waste management 35, 207-217, 2015
Waste characterization as an element of waste management planning: Lessons learned from a study in Siem Reap, Cambodia
K Parizeau, V Maclaren, L Chanthy
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 49 (2), 110-128, 2006
Health profiles of Hamilton: Spatial characterisation of neighbourhoods for health investigations
I Luginaah, M Jerrett, S Elliott, J Eyles, K Parizeau, S Birch, T Abernathy, ...
GeoJournal 53 (2), 135-147, 2001
When assets are vulnerabilities: an assessment of informal recyclers’ livelihood strategies in Buenos Aires, Argentina
K Parizeau
World Development 67, 161-173, 2015
Urban political ecologies of informal recyclers׳ health in Buenos Aires, Argentina
K Parizeau
Health & place 33, 67-74, 2015
Cultivating an ethic of wellness in Geography
B Mullings, L Peake, K Parizeau
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 60 (2), 161-167, 2016
Breaking the silence: A feminist call to action
K Parizeau, L Shillington, R Hawkins, F Sultana, A Mountz, B Mullings, ...
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe Canadien 60 (2), 192-204, 2016
Urban Density in the Greater Golden Horseshoe
P Hess, A Sorensen, K Parizeau
Centre for Urban and Community Studies, University of Toronto, 2007
Budget sheets and buy-in: financing community-based waste management in Siem Reap, Cambodia
K Parizeau, V Maclaren, L Chanthy
Environment and Urbanization 20 (2), 445-463, 2008
Theorizing environmental justice: Environment as a social determinant of health
K Parizeau
Formalization beckons: a baseline of informal recycling work in Buenos Aires, 2007–2011
K Parizeau
Environment and Urbanization 25 (2), 501-521, 2013
Informal recyclers’ health inequities in Vancouver, BC
J Wittmer, K Parizeau
New Solutions: A journal of environmental and occupational health policy 28 …, 2018
Re-representing the city: waste and public space in Buenos Aires, Argentina in the late 2000s
K Parizeau
Environment and Planning A 47 (2), 284-299, 2015
Witnessing urban change: Insights from informal recyclers in Vancouver, BC
K Parizeau
Urban Studies 54 (8), 1921-1937, 2017
Informal recyclers' geographies of surviving neoliberal urbanism in Vancouver, BC
J Wittmer, K Parizeau
Applied geography 66, 92-99, 2016
Legal orderings of waste in built spaces
K Parizeau, J Lepawsky
International Journal of Law in the Built Environment 7 (1), 21-38, 2015
A World of Trash
K Parizeau
Alternatives Journal 32 (1), 16-18, 2006
Doubly engaged ethnography: Opportunities and challenges when working with vulnerable communities
R Pacheco-Vega, K Parizeau
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 17 (1), 1609406918790653, 2018
Increasing waste diversion in multi-family buildings in Toronto: best practices and new ideas
K Zaletnik, C Yap, S Vokey, K Parizeau
City of Toronto. PLA 1107 Workshop in Planning Practice, 2004
Regulating Ontario’s circular economy through food waste legislation
A DeLorenzo, K Parizeau, M von Massow
Society and Business Review, 2019
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