- BA, Asian Studies/Civilization and Sociology, University of British Columbia
- MA, City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning, University of British Columbia
- Ph.D., City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning, University of Melbourne
- Candidate Member of the Canadian Institute of Planners and Candidate Registered Professional Planner
Dr. Andréanne Doyon holds a Ph.D. in Planning (2016) from the University of Melbourne. She is an Assistant Professor at the School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University.
Prior to SFU, she was a Lecturer in Sustainability and Urban Planning in the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. The aim of her dissertation was to investigate how planning for urban resilience is informed by niche interventions. Her research engaged with literature and theories from urban planning, resilience, and sustainability transitions. After completing her Ph.D., she contributed to research related to governance processes to support the transition of Melbourne’s west towards a low-carbon economy, as well as research examining the role and effectiveness of building and planning regulatory systems in delivering sustainable cities.
She has published her work in Cities, Sustainability, and Environmental Innovations and Societal Transitions, as well as in edited books. Beyond academic publications, she has also written technical reports, news articles for The Conversation and The Guardian, and participated in numerous public events as a speaker or chair. In Australia, she worked with different levels of government including the Victorian Government Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources, and the Inner Melbourne Climate Adaptation Network with the City of Melbourne. She is also a member of the Nightingale Housing Research Collaboration, a group that undertakes longitudinal research relative to Nightingale projects, processes, and practices and is a conduit for conversation between research and practice.
Her current research focuses on urban governance and planning for resilient and climate just cities, sustainable housing, and questions of justice in sustainability transitions. She is particularly interested in understanding processes of change related to sustainability outcomes.
- Moore, T. & Doyon, A. 2023. A Transition to Sustainable Housing, Progress and Prospects for a Low Carbon Housing Future. Palgrave, Springer.
- O'Donnell, E. & Doyon, A. 2023. Language, context, and action: exploring equity and justice content in Vancouver environmental plans. Local Environment.
- Bush, J. & Doyon, A. 2023. Planning a just nature-based city: Listening for the voice of an urban river. Environmental Science & Policy.
- Bush, J. & Doyon, A. 2021. Tackling intersecting climate change and biodiversity emergencies: Opportunities for sustainability transitions research. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions.
- Doyon. A., Boron, J. & Williams, S. 2021. Unsettling transitions: Representing Indigenous peoples and knowledge in transitions research. Energy Research & Social Science.
- Moloney, S. & Doyon, A. 2021. The Resilient Melbourne experiment: Analyzing the conditions for transformative urban resilience implementation. Cities.
- Williams, S. & Doyon, A. 2020. The Energy Futures Lab: A case study of justice in energy system transition. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions.
- Doyon, A. & Moore, T. 2020. The Role of Mandatory and Voluntary Approaches for a Sustainable Housing Transition: Evidence from Vancouver and Melbourne. Urban Policy and Research.
- Moore, T., Horne, R. & Doyon, A. 2020. Housing industry transitions: An urban living lab in Melbourne, Australia, Urban Policy and Research.
- Doyon, A., Moore, T., Moloney, S. & Hurley, J. 2020. Evaluating evolving experiments: the case of local government action to implement ecological sustainable design. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management.
- Bush, J. & Doyon, A. 2019. Building urban resilience with nature-based solutions: how can urban planning contribute? Cities, 29, 102483.
- Bolger, K. & Doyon, A. 2019. Circular cities: exploring local government strategies to facilitate a circular economy, European Planning Studies, 27(11), pp. 2184-2205.
- Doyon, A. & Moore, T. 2019. The acceleration of an unprotected niche: The case of Nightingale Housing, Australia, Cities.
- Williams, S. & Doyon, A. 2019. Justice in Energy Transitions, Environmental Innovations and Societal Transitions. 31, pp. 144-153.
- Moore, T. & Doyon, A. 2018. The Uncommon Nightingale: Sustainable Housing Innovation in Australia, Sustainability, 10(10), pp. 3469.
- Raynor, K., Doyon, A. & Beer, T. 2018. Collaborative Planning, Transitions Management and Design Thinking: Evaluating three participatory approaches to urban planning, Australian Planner, 54(4), pp. 215-224.
- Doyon, A., Coffey, B., Moloney, S., de Haan, F.J., & Bosomworth, K. 2017. Exploring the intersections between Sustainability Transitions, Climate Change, and Regional Governance, Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, 23(3), pp. 321-343.
- Doyon, A. 2018. Emerging theoretical space: urban planning and sustainability transitions. In Urban Sustainability Transitions: Australian Cases - International Perspectives, eds. Moore, T., de Hann, F.J., Horne, R. & Gleeson, B., Springer, pp. 213-231. ISBN 978-981-10-4792-3
- Doyon, A. 2018. Niches: Small-scale Interventions or Radical Innovations to Build up Internal Momentum. In Thriving Eco-Cities, eds. Hes, D. & Bush, J., Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 65-87. ISBN 978-981-10-7320-5
- Horak, M. & Doyon, A. 2018. Metropolitan Governance in Toronto and Vancouver. In Australia's Metropolitan Imperative: An Agenda for Governance Reform, eds. Tomlinson, R. & Spiller, M., CSIRO, pp. 109-122. IBSN 9781486307968