Resource Management & Policy
Critical Issues, Critical Perspectives
Nuclear Waste Management in Canada encourages critical thought and discussion about energy generation and waste management by exploring not only the technical but also the social and ethical aspects of the problem.
This book gets to the heart of mining resource conflicts in examining why indigenous communities support mining development on their lands in some cases but not in others.
Certification, Governance, and the Forest Stewardship Council
This important work undertakes a detailed comparative analysis of Forest Stewradship Council environmental standards, and their implications for global governance and regulatory theory.
Agricultural Adaptation in Canada
Covering all agricultural regions and a wide variety of commodity production and farming systems, this comprehensive survey synthesizes twenty years of research on climate change and Canadian agriculture.
Investing in a New American Dream
Shows how the American Dream is shifting to include cities as well as suburbs and how the financial and real estate communities need to respond to build communities that are more environmentally, socially, and financially sustainable.
New Directions for Improved Management and Community Development
This book is the first to consolidate information on the different routes by which co-operative management arrangements of fisheries have evolved.
Native People and Wildlife Conservation in the Northwest Territories
Hunters at the Margin examines the conflict in the Northwest Territories between Native hunters and conservationists, arguing that game regulations and national parks helped assert state authority over traditional hunting cultures.
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