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Introduction: Women, ecology, and economics: new models and theories
Food and Fiction: Literature and Creative Writing as Food Pedagogy
Writing about food has proliferated in the last few years and in many ways has been responsible for propelling the food movement, which can be broadly defined as the movement against alienating corporate industrial ...
Evaluation of Ontario's Cap and Trade Regulation
Using an interdisciplinary framework, this paper evaluates the effectiveness of Ontario's cap and trade regulation to achieve sustained emission reductions. This framework is shaped by six evaluation criteria to assess the ...
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 ...
Dam Removal & Safety In Canada: Creating Opportunities Through Gaps In Policy & Process
The effects of age and climate change are taking their toll on Canada's dams. These mighty structures were once the powerhouses that drove Canada's economic boom during the mid-20th century. Many industries developed after ...
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 ...
Promoting Renewable Energy Development and Deployment through International Cooperation: Canada's Role in the 21st Century
The development and deployment of renewable energy technologies is increasingly recognized as a necessary action to tackle climate change, advance energy security, and to achieve a transition towards a low-carbon, sustainable ...
The Livingston Tomato Report 2016: The Philosophical Environmentalist?s Guide To Justice In The Global Food System
This research paper sets the groundwork for an explanation of the global food system using complexity science as the theoretical framework to recount the story of the tomato (Solanum lycopersicum), its origin (Solanum ...