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Planning For The Future: Framework Towards Achieving Co-benefits Through Beneficial Management Practices In The Credit Valley Watershed, Ontario
As the population increases, development pressures, especially in large urban centers, have created a lot of stress on ecosystems, and the ecosystem functions and services that they provide. Issues such as loss of wetland ...
The Tensions of Food System Localization in Ontario's Buy-Local Procurement
Buying local has become a recent trend within the food movement across the world. The purchasing of local foods is seen as a way to support local economies, and relationships while also promoting better environmental ...
Transitioning Community Food Systems for Sustainability and a Proposed Caledon Community Food Plan to Foster a Successful Resilient Local Food Economy
Communities have become a promising place to work sustainability transitions. As the world has become increasing complex, it is no longer possible to use linear thinking to deal with the massive problems facing us. From ...