Transitio provides analyses for an ecological transition that is both innovative and equitable
Grounded in the global movement for decarbonization, we offer practical tools to evaluate the impacts of proposals for a healthful environment and pave the way towards structural changes in our societies.
Our team brings a unique expertise which combines economics, law and environmental science. Drawing up on the most recent trends and studies, our work is based on science and puts forward practical solutions that are custom designed for Quebec and Canada.
Our economic studies are based on best practices and can quantify the anticipated impacts of policies for an ecological transition.
Public policy analysis
Our public policy analyzes provide a rigorous and critical portrait of climate measures, as well as original recommendations.
Summaries of knowledge
Our summaries of knowledge transform large bodies of knowledge into concrete proposals and innovative case studies.
Lorraine Caron has 15 years of experience in scientific knowledge synthesis. She worked in academia and for government agencies, including the Institut national d'excellence en santé et en services sociaux (INESSS). She developed an expertise in pipeline safety while engaging with the National Energy Board. She holds a B.Sc. in biochemistry and a M.Sc. in molecular biology (McGill University), a Ph.D. in biomedical sciences (Université de Montréal) and a postdoc from Stanford University.
Hugo Morin specializes in statistical and econometric analyses applied to public policy and consumer behavior. The Chief Editor of ESG-UQAM’s economic journal, Economic Horizons, he also writes economic columns for independent research institutes and blogs. He holds a B.Sc. in Economics (UQAM) and is currently completing a Master of Applied Economics (UQAM).
Pierre is an engineer with two Master's degrees, one in environmental engineering (ÉTS, Montréal) and one from l'Institut supérieur de l'électronique et du numérique (ISEN, France). He has worked as an engineer or consulting researcher in the field of sustainable development, namely in organic waste management and air pollution, for various associations, companies and non-profit organizations.
Gabriel Rompré is a sociologist with a specialization in the evaluation of public policies, particularly in the field of education. As a researcher, he worked with professors, with research institutes and with the Conseil superieur de l'education (CSE), an advisory body for the Quebec Minister of Education and Higher Education. He also worked with two international organizations, the UNESCO and the International Labour Office. He holds a bachelor degree in International studies (York University, Toronto) and a master's degree in Sociology (Sciences-Po, Paris).