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Planning and Injustice in Tel-Aviv/Jaffa Urban Segregation in Tel-Aviv's First Decades
This major paper attempts to establish the sources of ethnic segregation in Tel-Aviv-Jaffa, Israel, through a comparative study of the city’s development and that of Casablanca, Morocco; through historical research specific ...
Israel: Greenwashing Colonialism And Apartheid
This paper demonstrates how Israel uses environmental policy to sustain its oppressive status quo, rather than the environment. This paper is divided into four parts. First, I explain how past colonial and apartheid states ...
Ringed Seal Monitoring and Planning Workshop
Multiple acts of birding: the Education, ethics and ontology of bird watching in Ontario
While bird watching has captured the attention of those interested in fostering an experiential connection to the more-than-human, research conducted to date often assumes birding to be a heterogeneous act. As an example ...
Why the Pirate Flag is the Only One Worth Flying Direct-action and the Enforcement of International Marine Wildlife Conservation Laws
The subject of international law is fraught with debate over its legitimacy and efficacy. If laws without enforcement are merely good advice, then how can the environment be meaningfully protected by international legal ...
THREATS TO WILD ORANGUTANS: A CASE STUDY IN KUTAI NATIONAL PARK OF EAST KALIMANTAN, INDONESIA
The Northeast Bornean orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus morio) currently remains the only orangutan subspecies for which extinction risks cannot be accurately assessed due to a severe lack of information around the habitat conditions ...
Promoting Health and Well-Being by Managing for Social–Ecological Resilience: the Potential of Integrating Ecohealth and Water Resources Management Approaches
(Ecology and Society, 2011)
In coupled social–ecological systems, the same driving forces can result in combined social and environmental health inequities, hazards, and impacts. Policies that decrease social inequities and improve social cohesion, ...
City Planning with Land Value Capture: A Comparative Analysis of Capture Policies in New York, London and Toronto
This paper examines the different ways public transit service providers and governments generate revenue through land value capture (LVC) tools in London, New York and Toronto. In this paper, LVC is examined as a levy that ...
The Use of Electronic Participation Tools in Urban Planning Projects in Toronto, Ontario
The public’s involvement in urban planning projects has been a contested and evolving topic. In this paper, I address how planners have changed their approach to participation in planning and how they are incorporating ...
Matter and Mind: on embodied ethics, education, and the environmental imaginary
This major research project is the culmination of a visual autoethnographical exploration and experimentation with relationality and environ-mental education in an urban setting. Charting a metamorphosed research process, ...