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Activist Social Entrepreneurship: A Case Study of the Green Campus Co-operative
The globalization of the garment industry has encouraged transnational companies to further externalize their cost of production on workers and the environment around the world. Producing countries are engaging in what ...
Institutional Change in the Dutch and Ontarian Non-Profit Housing Sectors: Defining Possible Avenues of Change
This Major Research Paper provides a comparative study of non-profit housing in Ontario and the Netherlands. As Ontario and Canada as a whole are currently experiencing a re-examination of the role of non-profit housing, ...
Planning For Privately Owned Public Space In The Greater Toronto Area
Privately Owned Public Spaces (POPS) are public spaces which allow general access but remain under the ownership of the property owner. While popular around the world, they are becoming a visible entity in the landscapes ...
Inclusionary Zoning In Canada: Planning For Inclusion By Creating Affordable Housing
Through affordable housing strategies many urban areas have been looking to support social inclusion. Inclusionary zoning is one such strategy that looks to extract affordable housing from market-rate housing developers. ...
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 ...