Institute for Research & Innovation in Sustainability (IRIS)
Institute for Research & Innovation in Sustainability (IRIS), York University
My Interest in Business Ethics
Academic - Faculty/Staff ; Research Centres & Teams
Areas of Interest
Climate Change ; Corporate Social Responsibility ; Development ; Economic ; Economic - Environmental ; Economic - Social ; Education ; Environment & Business ; Resource Extraction ; Spirituality ; SRI/Responsible Investment ; Sustainability
Me in Brief
Annette Dubreuil is a Master of Business Administration graduate from the Schulich School of Business at York University, where she specialized in Business and Sustainability, as well as strategy and nonprofits. She also holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Waterloo, specializing in environmental science and business. While at Schulich, she was the editor of the Sustainable Enterprise Brief, a quarterly publication produced by the Sustainable Enterprise Academy and Net Impact for senior executives in business, government and civil society. Annette endeavours to help organizations become more sustainable. To date her IRIS initiatives have included offsetting the course-notes at York University with the Bookstore, where she co-authored a business case for offsetting, multiple IRIS stakeholder surveys (see the IRIS publications page), and coordinated the successful $1 million SSHRC CURA grant application for the Work in a Warming World project that IRIS houses, and which looks at the relationship between climate change and work and employment. Annette is also involved in an initiative with the Barnes Management Group to bring sustainable economic development via a community owned plan to Northern Ontario aboriginal communities. Annette is currently the IRIS Coordinator and IPY Project Manager for the GAPS project, which is administered by the Institute for Research and Innovation in Sustainability (IRIS) at York University.