In person event
Why people buy SUVs and how they use them (French only)
Free - In person and online French
This event will be held in French only. The live English version will take place on March 28 (online only).
SUVs are increasingly popular in Quebec and across Canada. Équiterre contracted CIRANO, a multidisciplinary research institute based in Quebec working for the development of social and economic innovations, to explore what motivates people to buy these vehicles, the typical buyer profile and how they use their vehicles. The David Suzuki Foundation studied the same phenomenon in the Metro Vancouver area. The two organizations will compare the results of their research and Équiterre will introduce their campaign 'For Human-sized Transportation'.
This event will be held in French only. The English version will take place on March 28 (online only).
Analyst, Climate Policy
A graduate engineer from École des Mines d'Alès (EMA) and holder of a master's degree in industrial engineering from Polytechnique Montréal, her fields of expertise mainly involve the identification, evaluation, management and communication of risks in various fields such as the transportation of hazardous materials and underground infrastructure failures, and the risk of food fraud. Since 2011, she publishes, with Nathalie de Marcellis-Warin, le Baromètre CIRANO on risk perception in Quebec. She is also co-author of the first two studies conducted at CIRANO on the motivating factors for purchasing light trucks in Canada.
Senior Climate Policy Advisor at David Suzuki Foundation
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