When does food become garbage?
Can waste reduction efforts improve local food security? Are recycling bins public property? What does informal recycling practice tell us about urban change?

Dr. Kate Parizeau

Current Projects | Selected Publications 

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  • Legal Geographies of Waste
  • Environmental service provision in the Global South









Parizeau, K. & Lepawsky, J. (2015). "Legal orderings of waste in built spaces".   International Journal of Law in the Built Environment, 7 (1). http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/ijlbe-01-2014-0005 

Parizeau, K., V. Maclaren and Lay Chanthy. (2008). “Budget sheets and buy-in: financing community-based waste management in Siem Reap, Cambodia.” Environment and Urbanization, 20(2); pp.445-463. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0956247808096122 

Parizeau, K., Maclaren, V, and L. Chanthy. (2006). “Waste Characterization as an Element of Waste Management Planning: Lessons learned from a study in Siem Reap, Cambodia.” Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 49(20); pp.110-128. http://dx.doi.org.subzero.lib.uoguelph.ca/10.1016/j.resconrec.2006.03.006 

Parizeau, K. (2006). “A World of Trash.” Alternatives Journal, 32(1); pp.16-18.

Parizeau, K., Chanthy, L., and V. Maclaren. (2005). “Community-Based Waste Management in Siem Reap, Cambodia.” In Maclaren, V. and Tran Hieu Nhue (Eds.) Integrated Waste Management in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam: Theory and Practice. Science and Technics Publishers: Hanoi; pp. 280-303.