Resource and Environmental Management in Canada, 3e features brand new articles and respected writers on contemporary environmental and resource management issues.
Edition/Copyright:3RD 04 Cover: Publisher:Oxford Canada Year Published: 2004 International: No
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List of Figures List of Tables Bruce Mitchell: Preface Bruce Mitchell: Introduction: Policy Context, Issues, and Challenges
Part One. Emerging Concerns
1. David J. Rapport, University of Guelph: Ecosystem Health and Ecological Integrity: Foundations for Sustainable Futures Guest Statement: Ronald Colman, The Genuine Progress Index, Nova Scotia 2. Derrek Eberts, Brandon University: Globalization and Neo-Conservatism: Implications for Resource and Enviromental Management Guest Statement: Ian Rowlands, Business and Environmental Management 3. Annie L. Booth, University of Northern British Columbia and Norman W. Skelton, Consultant, BC: First Nations Access and Rights to Resources 4. Maureen Reed, University of Saskatchewan: Feminist Perspectives on Environmental Management 5. L.D. Danny Harvey, University of Toronto: Climatic Change: Addressing Complexity, Uncertainty, and Conflict Guest Statement: Linda Mortsch, Communicating about Human-caused Climate Change--Overcoming the Challenge 6. Reid Kreutzwiser and Rob de Loe, both at the University of Guelph: Water Security: From Exports to Contamination of Local Water Supplies Guest Statement: Rob Bishop, Thoughts on Uncertainty in an Era of Ecosystem-based Water Management
Part Two. Enduring Concerns
7. Dianne Draper, University of Calgary: Marine and Freshwater Fisheries 8. Michael Troughton, University of Western Ontario: Agriculture and Rural Resources 9. Jules Dufour, Universite du Quebec a Chicoutimi: Towards Sustainable Development of Canada's Forests 10. Graham Forbes, University of New Brunswick: Managing for Wildlife in Canada Guest Statement: John Theberge, On Success in Wildlife Conservation 11. Philip Dearden, University of Victoria: Parks and Protected Areas 12. Mary Louise McAllister, University of Waterloo: Canadian Mineral Resource Development: A Sustainable Enterprise? 13. Virginia W. Maclaren, University of Toronto: Waste Management: Integrated Approaches
Part Three. Responses:
14. Rodger Schwass: Developing a Vision 15. D. Scott Slocombe, Wilfrid Laurier University: Applying an Ecosystem Approach 16. Bram F. Noble, University of Saskatchewan: Applying Adaptive Environmental Management 17. Thomas Meredith, McGill University: Assessing Environmental Impacts in Canada 18. Alan Diduck, University of Winnipeg: Incorporating Participatory Approaches and Social Learning Guest Statement: Susan Lamb, From Head to Heart--Community Involvement That Works 19. Anthony H.J. Dorcey: Sustainability Governance: Surfing the Waves of Transformation 20. Bruce Mitchell: Incorporating Environmental Justice
Guest Statement: John Jackson, Citizens' Groups: The Key to Finding the Best Solutions Contributors Index
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