Chalked, 2017 University of Wales Aberystwyth
Chalked, Elizabeth Anne Godwin
Poetry by Elizabeth Anne Godwin
Infinite Citizen Of The Shaking Tent By Liz Howard, 2017 Queen's University - Kingston, Ontario
Infinite Citizen Of The Shaking Tent By Liz Howard, David Carruthers
Review of Liz Howard's Infinite Citizen of the Shaking Tent.
The Oxford Handbook Of Environmental History Edited By Andrew C. Isenberg, 2017 Athabasca University
The Oxford Handbook Of Environmental History Edited By Andrew C. Isenberg, Lorelei L. Hanson
Review of Andrew C. Isenberg's The Oxford Handbook of Environmental History.
Coming Of Age At The End Of Nature Edited By Julie Dunlap And Susan A. Cohen, 2017 Briercrest College
Coming Of Age At The End Of Nature Edited By Julie Dunlap And Susan A. Cohen, Matthew Zantingh
Review of Julie Dunlap and Susan A. Cohen's edited collection Coming of Age at the End of Nature: A Generation Faces Living On a Changed Planet.
Niche By Basma Kavanagh, 2017 University of Calgary
Niche By Basma Kavanagh, Vivian M. Hansen
Review of Basma Kavanagh's Niche.
Winter Wren By Theresa Kishkan, 2017 University of Calgary
Winter Wren By Theresa Kishkan, Vivian M. Hansen
Review of Theresa Kishkan's Winter Wren.
Anthropocene Or Capitalocene? Nature, History, And The Crisis Of Capitalism Edited By Jason W. Moore, Robert M.W. Brown
Review of Jason W. Moore's Capitalocene or Anthropocene? Nature, History, and the Crisis of Capitalism
Among Animals 2 Edited By John Yunker, 2017 Dawson College
Among Animals 2 Edited By John Yunker, Gina M. Granter
Review of John Yunker's Among Animals 2.
Manifestly Haraway By Donna J. Haraway, 2017 Sheffield Hallam University
Manifestly Haraway By Donna J. Haraway, Andrew Gordon Jeffrey
Review of Donna J. Haraway's Manifestly Haraway.
What Would Animals Say If We Asked The Right Questions? By Vinciane Despret, 2017 University of British Columbia
What Would Animals Say If We Asked The Right Questions? By Vinciane Despret, Nathan Tebokkel
Review of Vinciane Despret's What Would Animals Say If We Asked the Right Questions?
The Optimistic Environmentalist: Progressing Towards A Greener Future By David R. Boyd, 2017 University of Northern British Columbia
The Optimistic Environmentalist: Progressing Towards A Greener Future By David R. Boyd, Janet Grafton
Review of David R. Boyd's The Optimistic Environmentalist: Progressing Towards a Greener Future
Literary Land Claims: The “Indian Land Question” From Pontiac’S War To Attawapiskat By Margery Fee, 2017 Lakehead University Orillia
Literary Land Claims: The “Indian Land Question” From Pontiac’S War To Attawapiskat By Margery Fee, Cheryl Lousley
Review of Margery Fee's Literary Land Claims: The “Indian Land Question” from Pontiac’s War to Attawapiskat.
Crow Never Dies By Larry Frolick, 2017 Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
Crow Never Dies By Larry Frolick, Kelly Shepherd
Review of Larry Frolick's Crow Never Dies.
Towards A Prairie Atonement By Trevor Herriot, 2017 University of Saskatchewan
Towards A Prairie Atonement By Trevor Herriot, Gillian Harding-Russell
Review of Trevor Herriot's Towards a Prairie Atonement.
The Duende Of Tetherball By Tim Bowling, 2017 University of Saskatchewan
The Duende Of Tetherball By Tim Bowling, Gillian Harding-Russell
Review of Tim Bowling's The Duende of Tetherball.
Hill By Jean Giono, 2017 University of Cincinnati - Blue Ash College
Hill By Jean Giono, Jody L. Ballah
A review of Jean Giono's Hill.
Public Perception Of Environmental Programs In The Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve, Landa De Matamoros, Queretaro, Mexico, Danielle Marie Salisbury
Bard Center for Environmental Policy
Biological or ecological corridors have recently been sought out as a solution to biodiversity loss due to habitat fragmentation. In eastern Mexico, the Mexican and German governments are collaborating to connect fragmented landscapes and Natural Protected Areas (NPAs) over five states across a Madrean Pine-Oak biodiversity hotspot through the implementation of the Ecological Corridor of the Sierra Madre Oriental (CESMO). One of the ways the CESMO is accomplishing its conservation goals is by extending environmental programs that are currently in place within NPAs to other areas within the corridor, but outside of NPA borders. However, the success of the corridor ...
Resilience Theory In Climate-Based Agriculture Development Projects: Useful Framework Or Popular Buzzword?, Rebecca Ann Chillrud
Bard Center for Environmental Policy
International development organizations are increasingly attempting to improve the resilience of the communities they serve through their projects in these communities. However, these projects often fail to address key concepts from the resilience theory literature, calling into question their ability to effectively promote resilience. This thesis attempts to locate these gaps in understanding by analyzing proposal documents from projects intending to promote agricultural resilience to climate change. A content analysis approach was used to analyze 55 projects from three international development groups—the Global Environment Facility, the World Bank, and the United Nations Development Program—proposed or completed between 2006 ...
Using Geospatial Analysis For High School Environmental Science Education: A Case Study Of The Jane Goodall Institute's Community-Centered Conservation Approach, Madison G. Vorva
Pomona Senior Theses
Given my experiences as a young conservation advocate, I saw a need to teach students the importance of interconnectedness, cultural awareness and systems-thinking skills through a spatial lens. I believe these skills are required for holistic, equitable and sustainable conservation decision-making in local and international contexts. This thesis uses geospatial tools to teach conservation ecology vocabulary and concepts from high school environmental science curriculum in two online resources. The purpose of my lesson plan is to show students how conservationists address complex conservation and land-use challenges using the Jane Goodall Institute’s community-centered conservation approach as a case-study. My hope ...
Marine Protected Areas In Colombia: Re-Connecting Social, Ecological, And Policy Aspects Through A Governance Perspective, 2017 Wilfrid Laurier University
Marine Protected Areas In Colombia: Re-Connecting Social, Ecological, And Policy Aspects Through A Governance Perspective, Luisa Ramirez
Theses and Dissertations (Comprehensive)
The purpose of this doctoral research is to examine opportunities and constraints for integrating key aspects of governance into marine conservation strategies and for shifting top-down approaches toward collaborative and integrative forms of governance that enhance conservation and social outcomes in marine protected areas (MPAs).
Although there is evidence that demonstrates that MPAs are an effective tool for marine conservation, shortcomings in addressing ecological characteristics and particularly in addressing social factors in the design and planning of MPAs often constrain achieving conservation and sustainability goals. These shortcomings are particularly acute in MPAs implemented through top-down governance approaches that overlook stakeholder ...