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Non-indigenous plant species along roadsides and other transportation routes in the Mackenzie Valley
(Biology Department, York University, 2010-10)
Non-indigenous or introduced plant species are accidentally or deliberately moved by people travelling to new continents, countries and regions. These species sometimes threaten indigenous or native species, because they ...
Sustainability, Social Capital and the Canadian ICT Sector
In this paper we explore the possibilities of information and communication technology (ICT) companies creating economic, social and ecological value – primarily with reference to two theoretical constructs: sustainability ...
Missing the Boat on Invasive Alien Species: A Review of Post-Secondary Curricula in Canada
(Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education, 2011-03)
Invasive alien species (IAS) cause major environmental and economic damage worldwide, and also threaten human food security and health. The impacts of IAS are expected to rise with continued globalization, land use ...
A Passion for Organics: Squeezing profits, social and environmental value from healthy juice in a bottle
(The Design Exchange, 2003)
The Idea of a Radio Series
Microfinance as a Tool for Development