The research team was based at the University of New Brunswick department of Sociology and St. Thomas University Environment and Society Program in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Our partners were the NB Media Co-op, the Joint Economic Development Initiative, and les Projets Aulnes / Aulnes Projects.

RAVEN was an active member of the New Brunswick Environmental Network, an umbrella network linking more than 100 grassroots and other NGO organizations across the province, and the Coalition for Responsible Energy Development in New Brunswick, working toward nuclear-free renewable energy development in the province.

RAVEN supported fossil fuel divestment by our host organization, the University of New Brunswick. Our campaign information page is here.

RAVEN was launched in September 2018 and was funded until 2023 from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) and the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation (NBIF), and with in-kind contributions from the project partners as well as Frictive Pictures, a New Brunswick film production company.

Read a background paper about the RAVEN project here.