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Transboundary Policy Challenges In The Pacific Border Regions of North America

Edited By: James Loucky, Donald K Alper and JC Day
240 pages, Maps and Figs
Transboundary Policy Challenges
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Transboundary Policy Challenges responds to a growing interest in borderlands environmental policy by highlighting significant transboundary research and practices being undertaken within and across the Pacific border regions of North America. Growing concern about the seriousness of environmental problems, particularly in high-growth border areas, coupled with the rising awareness of the complexities entailed in wise development decisions, has spurred recognition that new realities require new responses. Critical for effective environmental protection, restoration, and education is a sharing of understanding and effort across borders.

"Transboundary Policy Challenges" advances transborder environmental research and discusses sensible policy directions with particular focus on critical areas of international concern and engagement: land and water use planning; regional growth management; trade and transportation corridors; environmental education; and travel and tourism. Contributors to the volume represent a range of disciplines, as well as institutions in Canada, the United States, and Mexico.


Policy Challenges in North America's Pacific Border Regions: An Overview; Pacific Borders, Discordant Borders: Where North America Edges Together; Recent Trends in Mexico-U.S. Border Demographics; Energy Policy and Economic Growth in the Pacific Border Regions of North America; Connections within the Western U.S.-Canada Border Region: Toward More Sustainable Transportation Practices; Transboundary Ecosystem Management on the Canada-U.S. Border: Organising for Sustainability in the Georgia Basin -- Puget Sound Bioregion; Binational Governance of Marine Waters: The Georgia Basin -- Puget Sound Example; Water Management in the San Diego -- Tijuana Region: What Lessons Can Be Learned?; Hidden Waters: The Role of Local Communities in Transboundary Environmental Management Across the Forty-Ninth Parallel; Community-Based Management of Gray Whale Ecotourism in Baja California Sur, Mexico; Transnational Policy Issues in the Alaska Cruise Industry; Reaching Across Borders: Sustainability Initiatives within and beyond the Resort Community of Whistler; Environmental Education on the U.S. -- Mexico Border: Challenges and Opportunities in Tijuana/San Diego; Environmental Education in Cascadia; Index.

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Edited By: James Loucky, Donald K Alper and JC Day
240 pages, Maps and Figs
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