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Stakeholder Management And Sustainable Development
Anthropogenic activities are causing pronounced climatic changes affecting economies of scale. Engaging stakeholders in sustainable development initiatives can reduce these impacts. Therefore, there is currently a greater ...
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 ...
Urban Renewal: Opportunity for Green Innovation in the Face of Climate Change, A Case Study of Toronto Community Housing
Cities around the world have established ambitious targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in order to limit the global average temperature increase to within 1.5°C of pre-industrial levels by 2050. The effects of climate ...
Closing The Planning Gap: Towards 100% Renewable Energy Communities
As municipalities in Canada seek out ways in which to address the issues related to climate change, urbanization, and increase in population, energy is an ever-increasing concern. It's connection to land use, urban forms ...