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Introduction to "Political ecologies of urban waterfront transformations"
This is an introductory chapter for a series of papers which focus on the political ecology of waterfronts in selected cities in Europe, North America and the Caribbean. The papers incorporate emphases on the myriad ...
Tracing the Social and Environmental History of the Don River
This presentation provides an overview of Jennifer Bonnell's dissertation research on the Don River in Toronto, highlighting among other themes the legacy of "imagined futures" for the river valley, and the competing ...
Changing Urban Waterfronts' Seminar Series Report - Revised
This Seminar Series Report summarizes research presentations made by members of York University's Changing Urban Waterfronts' (CUW) research project in the spring of 2008. The Series focused on the central theme of the ...
Waterfront News 1(1)
(Changing Urban Waterfronts, 2007-01)
A newsletter of the Changing Urban Waterfronts research project
Developing sustainability: sustainability policy and gentrification on Toronto's waterfront
(Taylor & Francis, 2009-08)
A “three pillar” concept of sustainability guides the current publicly funded planning and redevelopment process on Toronto’s waterfront. While this concept serves as a guiding framework, sustainability is largely defined ...
Waterfront News 1(2)
A newsletter of Toronto's Changing Waterfront research project. Current activities of the researchers are provided as is a brief summary of the project.
The ecosystem approach and the global imperative on Toronto’s Central Waterfront
As one of the ‘last great waterfronts’ to embrace what has become a near-ubiquitous post-fordist development model, the formerly industrial lands of Toronto’s Central Waterfront are currently being reshaped to provide the ...
Urban Expansion and Industrial Nature: A Political Ecology of Toronto's Port Industrial District
(Joint Editors and Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2008-09)
This article analyses political and economic practices involved with the production of an industrial form of socio-nature - the Port Industrial District - during the early decades of the twentieth century in Toronto, Canada. ...