Dr Chad Walker
TitleCited byYear
Beyond rhetoric to understanding determinants of wind turbine support and conflict in two Ontario, Canada communities
C Walker, J Baxter, D Ouellette
Environment and Planning A 46 (3), 730-745, 2014
Adding insult to injury: the development of psychosocial stress in Ontario Wind Turbine communities
C Walker, J Baxter, D Ouellette
Social Science & Medicine 133, 358-365, 2015
Procedural justice in Canadian wind energy development: A comparison of community-based and technocratic siting processes
C Walker, J Baxter
Energy Research & Social Science 29, 160-169, 2017
“It's easy to throw rocks at a corporation”: wind energy development and distributive justice in Canada
C Walker, J Baxter
Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 2017
Ontario’s Green Energy and Green Economy Act: Why a Well-Intentioned Law is Mired in Controversy and Opposed by Rural Communities
D McRobert, J Tennent-Riddell, C Walker
Renewable Energy Law and Policy Review 7 (2), 91-112, 2016
Wind energy development and perceived real estate values in Ontario, Canada
C Walker, J Baxter, S Mason, I Luginaah, D Ouellette
AIMS Energy 2 (4), 424-442, 2014
Renewable energy and energy autonomy: how Indigenous peoples in Canada are shaping an energy future
RD Stefanelli, C Walker, D Kornelsen, D Lewis, DH Martin, J Masuda, ...
Environmental Reviews 27 (1), 95-105, 2019
“His main platform is ‘stop the turbines’”: Political discourse, partisanship and local responses to wind energy in Canada
C Walker, L Stephenson, J Baxter
Energy policy 123, 670-681, 2018
Ethics and activism in environment and health research
SA Mason, C Walker, J Baxter, I Luginaah
Practicing qualitative methods in health geographies, 74-92, 2016
“Winds of Change”: Explaining Support for Wind Energy Developments in Ontario, Canada
CJR Walker
Sustainable development and environmental injustice in rural Ontario, Canada: Cases of Wind energy and biosolid processing
C Walker, S Mason, D Bednar
Journal of Rural and Community Development 13 (2), 2018
Activists against research: Experiences studying wind energy in Ontario
C Walker, T Christidis
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 62 (2), 282-287, 2018
Are the pens working for justice? News media coverage of renewable energy involving Indigenous Peoples in Canada
C Walker, A Alexander, MB Doucette, D Lewis, HT Neufeld, D Martin, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 57, 101230, 2019
Predictors of medical student interest in Indigenous health learning and clinical practice: a Canadian case study
S Yeung, A Bombay, C Walker, J Denis, D Martin, P Sylvestre, ...
BMC medical education 18 (1), 307, 2018
Wind energy policy, development, and justice in Ontario and Nova Scotia, Canada: A comparison of technocratic and community-based siting processes
C Walker
Western University, 2017
Method Sequence and Dominance in Mixed Methods Research: A Case Study of the Social Acceptance of Wind Energy Literature
C Walker, J Baxter
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 18, 1609406919834379, 2019
Challenges Turning Environment and Sustainability Science Into Policy: An Interdisciplinary Review
CM Dieleman, C Walker, D Pipher, H Peacock
Intellectual, Scientific, and Educational Influences on Sustainability …, 2019
Promoting Qualitative Research in the Public Sphere: Lessons Learned from online Criticisms
C Walker
The Craft of Qualitative Research: A Handbook, 350, 2018
Toolkit for Turbines: Wind Energy Development in Ontario and Nova Scotia, Canada
C Walker, J Baxter
Communities Around Renewable Energy Projects, 2017
Reflections on praxis
SA Mason, C Walker, J Baxter, I Luginaah
Practicing Qualitative Methods in Health Geographies, 2016
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