Profile in the Spring/Summer 2020 issue of Y magazine
Thinking diversity on both sides of the counter, keynote to Region of Durham Planning and Economic Development staff development day, Whitby, Ontario, November 28, 2019.
Planning for catalytic reinvestment in Southwestern Ontario cities, Ontario Professional Planners Institute Conference 2019 , Toronto, Ontario, October 2, 2019.
So many cars, so little road: a conversation on transit equity, Biennial of the Americas, Denver, Colorado, September 25, 2019.
Knock, Knock. Who’s There? And Other Housing Questions to Ponder, Pragma Council Spring Conference, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, May 9, 2019.
Faculty of Environmental Studies 50th Anniversary Plenary, York University, Toronto, Ontario, April 24, 2019.
Planning and the un-planned urban revolution in Toronto’s (sub)urban periphery, American Association of Geographers Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 10, 2018
Who's the public and what are their interests?: Consultation conundrums for planners, University of Waterloo-Ryerson University Planning Students Conference Keynote, Waterloo, Ontario, November 16, 2017.
Keil, Roger & Sean Hertel, July 1, 2020, "COVID-19: Climate emergency, COVID-19, Black Lives Matter: urban planning’s insurgent moment", UWA Public Policy Institute, Perth, Austrailia.
Hertel, Sean & Roger Keil, “After Isolation: Urban Planning and the COVID-19 Pandemic” , April 27, 2020 in Planning Exchange, Ontario Professional Planners Institute
Hertel, Sean & Blair Scorgie, “Housing Demand and Demographics” in House Divided: How the Missing Middle Can Solve Toronto’s Affordability Crisis, Alex Bozikovic, et.al. Eds., 2019, Coach House Books.
Scorgie, Blair & Sean Hertel “The Affordability Case for Transition Zoning” in House Divided: How the Missing Middle Can Solve Toronto’s Affordability Crisis, Alex Bozikovic, et.al. Eds., 2019, Coach House Books.
Hertel, Sean, 2019, “Revitalizing Mid-Sized Cities”, Y Magazine, January, Issue 1, Ontario Professional Planners Institute
Hertel, Sean & Cara Chellew, Eds., 2017. “Planning in the New Millennium: A Look at Planning Across the Generations,” Ontario Planning Journal, March/April, Ontario Professional Planners Institute
Collens M. & S. Hertel, S. 2016. “Public transit and the public good: why and how planners can deliver more equity.” Ontario Planning, July/August. Ontario Professional Planners Institute.
Hertel, S., R. Keil & M. Collens. 2016. Next Stop Equity: Routes to fairer transit access in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. (February) Toronto: The City Institute at York University.
Hertel, S., R. Keil & M. Collens.2015. Switching Tracks: Towards transit equity in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. (March) Toronto: The City Institute at York University.
Hertel S. & M. Moos. 2016. “What would Jane Jacobs Say? Why planners should think and do more about social equity.” Ontario Planning, September/October. Ontario Professional Planners Institute.