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Resource and Environmental Management in Canada Addressing Conflict and Uncertainty

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Edited By: B Mitchell
504 pages, B/w photos, tabs, figs
Resource and Environmental Management in Canada
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  • Resource and Environmental Management in Canada ISBN: 9780195418095 Edition: 3 Paperback Dec 2003 Out of Print #144100
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Examines high-profile resource and environmental issues across Canada.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION - BRUCE MITCHELL; POLICY CONTEXT, ISSUES, AND CHALLENGES - BRUCE MITCHELL; PART ONE: EMERGING CONCERNS; CHAPTER 1: ECOSYSTEM HEALTH AND ECOLOGICAL INTEGRITY: FOUNDATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE FUTURES. DAVID J. RAPPORT; CHAPTER 2: GLOBALIZATION AND NEO-CONSERVATISM: IMPLICATIONS FOR RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT. DERREK EBERTS; CHAPTER 3: FIRST NATIONS: ACCESS AND RIGHTS TO RESOURCES. ANNIE L. BOOTH AND NORMAN W. SKELTON; CHAPTER 4: FEMINIST PERSPECTIVES ON ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT. MAUREEN REED; CHAPTER 5: CLIMATIC CHNAGE: ADDRESSING COMPLEXITY, UNCERTAINTY AND CONFLICT. L.D. DANNY HARVEY; CHAPTER 6: WATER SECURITY: FROM EXPORTS TO CONTAMINATION OF LOCAL WATER SUPPLIES. REID KREUTZWEISER AND ROB DE LOE; PART TWO: ENDURING CONCERNS; CHAPTER 7: MARINE AND FRESHWATER FISHERIES. DIANNE DRAPER; CHAPTER 8: AGRICULTURE AND RURAL RESOURCES. MICHAEL TROUGHTON; CHAPTER 9: TOWARD SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF CANADA'S FORESTS. JULES DUFOUR; CHAPTER 10: MANAGING FOR WILDLIFE. GRAHAM FORBES; CHAPTER 11: PARKS AND PROTECTED AREAS. PHILIP DEARDEN; CHAPTER 12: CANADIAN MINERAL RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT: A SUSTAINABLE ENTERPRISE? MARY LOUISE MCALLISTER; CHAPTER 13: WASTE MANAGEMENT: INTEGRATED APPROACHES. VIRGINIA W. MACLAREN; PART THREE: RESPONSES; CHAPTER 14: DEVELOPING A VISION. RODGER SCHWASS; CHAPTER 15: APPLYING AN ECOSYSTEM APPROACH. D. SCOTT. SLOCOMBE; CHAPTER 16: APPLYING ADAPTIVE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT. BRAM F. NOBLE; CHAPTER 17: ASSESSING ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS IN CANADA. THOMAS MEREDITH; CHAPTER 18: INCORPORATING PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES AND SOCIAL LEARNING. ALAN DIDDUCK; CHAPTER 19: SUSTAINABILITY GOVERNANCE: SURFING THE WAVES OF TRANSFORMATION. ANTHONY H.J. DORCEY; CHAPTER 20: INCORPORATING ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE. BRUCE MITCHELL

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504 pages, B/w photos, tabs, figs
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