Ryan Bullock

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Ryan Bullock
Assistant Professor

Environmental Studies and Sciences

  • Aboriginal Issues
  • Climate Change
  • Energy / Fuel Sources
  • Environment
  • Environmental Politics
  • Forestry
  • Sustainability
Areas of Expertise:
  • Community Forestry
  • Cross-cultural Collaboration
  • Environmental Governance
  • Northern Canada
Languages Spoken:
  • English
Available To:
  • Appear on radio or TV
  • Appear as a public speaker
  • Provide comment to media
  • Write articles
  • Discuss research with industry, government, and others

Dr. Ryan Bullock is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Studies and Sciences and Director of the Centre for Forest Interdisciplinary Research (C-FIR) at The University of Winnipeg.

He researches the human dimensions of environmental resources with a focus on how societies respond to social-ecological crises, conflicts and change. This means understanding how different societal actors perceive, innovate and adapt to changes induced by, for example, climate and land use changes, in order to devise collaborative solutions. 

Bullock's research focuses on the forest, energy and water sectors.

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UWinnipeg student wins at ACUNS

Julia Antonyshyn presented at the Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies conference and earned second place for best...

UWinnipeg receives SSHRC grant money for research

UWinnipeg has received a total$876,253 for six UWinnipeg researchers thanks to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

UWinnipeg home to new Canada Research Chair in Human-Environment Interactions

The federal government has announced a major investment in environmental research at UWinnipeg, with the appointment of Dr. Ryan Bullock as Canada...

Shedding Light on Bioenergy Development

The University of Winnipeg’s Centre for Forest Interdisciplinary Research has partnered with the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business and the...