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Mark Winfield
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Winfield, M., “Greening the Economy: Economic Stimuli and the Opportunity for Restructuring for Sustainability in Canada” Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation Occasional Papers Series, January 2009.
Winfield, M., “Climate Change and Canadian Energy Policy: Policy Contradiction and Policy Failure,” Behind the Headlines Volume 65 Number 1 (January 2008).
Winfield, M., “We must exit road to crisis; Big trouble awaits if we keep segregating land uses and building suburbs for the car,” The Toronto Star September 1, 2007 (feature article prepared at request of the Toronto Star).

Winfield, M., “Public safety in public hands: rethinking the TSSA model” The Toronto Star, August 29, 2008.
Research Reports and Monographs

Winfield, M., Gibson, R.B., Markvart, T., Gaudreau  K., Taylor, J.,

An Analysis of the Ontario Power Authority’s Consideration of Environmental Sustainability in Electricity System Planning (Toronto and Waterloo: Faculties of Environmental Studies, York University and University of Waterloo, August 2008) for the Green Energy Coalition.
Tomalty, R.,, Winfield, M., (Project Director), Ontario Sustainable Communities Report 2007 (Toronto: Pembina Institute, August 2007).
Cobb, P., Peters, R., and Winfield, M., Renewable is Doable: A Smarter Energy Plan for Ontario, Report No. 1: Analysis of Resource Potential and Scenario Assumptions (Toronto: Pembina Institute, August 2007). Report No.1

Winfield, M.,, Nuclear Power in Canada: An Examination of Impacts, Risks and Sustainability (Toronto: Pembina Institute, December 2006).
Winfield, M., Building Sustainable Urban Communities in Ontario: 2006 Provincial Progress Report (Toronto: Pembina Institute, October 2006).
Winfield, M., Peters, R., Hall S., A Quick Start Energy Efficiency Strategy for Ontario (Toronto: Pembina Institute, April 2006).
Winfield, M., Towards a Sustainable Electricity System for Ontario: A Provincial Progress Report (Ottawa: The Pembina Institute, November 2005).
Brunt, C., Winfield, M., Local Implementation of Smart Growth Policies in Ontario: Three Case Studies (Ottawa: Pembina Institute, July 2005).
Winfield, M., Building Sustainable Urban Communities in Ontario: A Provincial Progress Report (Ottawa: Pembina Institute, June 2005).
Winfield, M., and Taylor, A., Rebalancing the Load: The Need for an Aggregate Resources Conservation Strategy for Ontario (Ottawa: Pembina Institute, January 2005).
Winfield, M., Towards Implementation? Building Sustainable Urban Communities in Ontario (Ottawa: Pembina Institute, July 2004).
Winfield, M., Horne, M., McClenaghan, T., and Peters, R., Power for the Future: Towards a Sustainable Electricity System for Ontario (Toronto: Pembina Institute and Canadian Environmental Law Association, May 2004).
Winfield, M., Building Sustainable Urban Communities in Ontario: Overcoming the Barriers (Ottawa: Pembina Institute, December 2003).
Winfield, M., The 2003 Ontario Environment Handbook (Toronto: Pembina Institute and Environmental Communications Options, September 2003).
Winfield, M. and Benevides, H., Self-Inspection and Compliance in the Ontario Forest Industry (Ottawa: Pembina Institute, April 2003).
Winfield, M., Smart Growth in Ontario: The Promise vs. Provincial Performance (Ottawa: Pembina Institute, March 2003).
Winfield, M.,  Coumans, C.,  Kuyek, J., Meloche, F., Taylor, A., Looking Beneath the Surface: An Assessment of the Value of Canadian Government Support to the Metal Mining Industry (Ottawa: Pembina Institute and MiningWatch Canada, October 2002).

Jacott, M.,  Reed, C.,  and Winfield, M., The Generation and Management of Hazardous Wastes and Transboundary Hazardous Waste Shipments Between Mexico, Canada and the United States ( Austin, Texas: Texas Centre for Policy Studies, April 2001).
Winfield, M., Kaufman, S., and Whorley, D., A Study of Ontario’s Technical Standards and Safety Authority and the Consequences of Putting Public Safety in Private Hands (Toronto: Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy, July 2000). CIELAP TSSA_The new public management comes to ontario