Alice Bonneau

Alice Bonneau is a Master’s candidate in urban studies at INRS, Centre Urbanisation Culture Société. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in environmental studies from the Université de Sherbrooke. For her master thesis, she is interested in the participation spaces set up during an urban redevelopment project and in the perception that participants have of them. Using the redevelopment of the Lachine-Est sector as a case study, her research is part of the work of the Labo Climat Montréal, which focuses on adaptation to climate change in urban planning practices. Within the Chair, Alice navigates between the research of the Labo Climat Montréal and other research projects including the research on the social and governance issues of blue-green alleys, coordinated by Professor Kregg Hetherington of Concordia University. She is also a member of the Collectif de recherche Action Politique et Démocratie (CAPED).