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Allison Clark

Research & Policy Analyst

Allison Clark is a Research and Policy Analyst at the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC). Allison comes from a broad background in environmental sustainability, with previous experience in environmental monitoring, climate change adaptation, and agricultural innovation systems. Allison has a particular interest in the environmental and socioeconomic benefits of technology. She seeks to contribute to ICTC studies centred around the intersection between the digital economy and the green economy. Allison holds a BSc in Biology and Environmental Science from Mount Allison University and is pursuing a Masters degree in Sustainability Science from Brock University. Allison has experience in qualitative and quantitative research and enjoys working on interdisciplinary teams with multiple perspectives.

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08 November 2022 · Mairead Matthews, Akshay Kotak, Allison Clark, Erik Henningsmoen, Mansharn Toor, Justin Ratcliffe, Todd Legere

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Economic Resilience

Quebec Votes

How Quebec’s Parties Compare on Key Digital Economy Issues

September 27, 2022 · Allison Clark, Justin Ratcliffe, Todd Legere, Mansharn Toor

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