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Greening the Saskatchewan Grid
Saskatchewan is home to one of the most greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions intensive electricity sectors in Canada. To contribute to global efforts to mitigate climate change, and comply with Canadian coal-fired electricity ...
Speaking with the River: Embodied Encounters and Local Values of the Ro Peas Blancas in Response to Potential Hydroelectric Development in South-Pacific Costa Rica
In Costa Rica, the states decision to approve the construction of two private hydropower dams along the Peas Blancas River is being called into question by local residents and non-governmental agencies who caution against ...
Climate Justice: Its Meanings, Its Struggles, and Its Prospects Under Liberal Democracy and Capitalism
The term climate justice, despite wide usage, defies easy definition. I argue that in order to appreciate it in its full complexity, climate justice is best understood as a moral framework with 2 facets. Facet 1 allows us ...
Why the Pirate Flag is the Only One Worth Flying Direct-Action and the Enforcement of International Marine Wildlife Conservation Laws
The subject of international law is fraught with debate over its legitimacy and efficacy. If laws without enforcement are merely good advice, then how can the environment be meaningfully protected by international legal ...
State Steering in Polycentric Governance Systems: Climate Policy Integration in Ontario and California's Transportation Sectors
The post-Kyoto era of climate governance has witnessed a dramatic increase in the number and diversity of actors and organizations, resulting in a complex institutional regime that displays the essential features of ...