Susan M. Ross

Susan M. Ross is a licensed architect in Quebec and an associate professor at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, where she teaches sustainable heritage conservation and planning in graduate and undergraduate programmes in the Schools of Indigenous and Canadian Studies and of Architecture and Urbanism. Her recent publications include work on climate adaptation and water-supply heritage, the natural heritage of historic urban districts, the social values of 1930s apartment buildings, and the issues of waste and heritage values. She blogs at Waste Heritage Research.

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