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BARRIERS TO WILDLIFE HARVESTING AMONG ABORIGINAL COMMUNITIES IN CANADA AND ALASKA
A large body of research confirms that access to wildlife resources can reduce conditions of food insecurity and health-related illness among Aboriginal peoples in Canada and Alaska. This thesis is premised on the belief ...
RAISING VOICES, BROADENING INTERESTS: A LONGITUDINAL EXAMINATION OF GENDER AND DIVERSITY IN CANADIAN FOREST SECTOR PUBLIC ADVISORY COMMITTEES
For decades, forest companies have used public advisory committees as a primary strategy for demonstrating public involvement in forestry. A national survey of committees was conducted in 2016 to determine whether gender ...
The contributions of social learning to collaborative forest governance in Canada and Uganda: Lessons from forest-based communities
Collaborative forest governance is viewed as promising for sustainable forestry because it allows forest-based communities to participate directly in management activities and benefit from resource use or protection. ...