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Examining the place of ecological integrity in environmental justice: A systematic review
(Taylor & Francis Group Ltd., 2 Park Square Oxford OX14 4RN United Kingdom, 2012-03)
Environmental justice research is predominately an anthropocentric endeavour, and it is unclear whether this research captures injustices to other species or the integrity of ecological systems that support all life on ...
Unintended consequences of regulating drinking water in rural Canadian communities: Examples from Atlantic Canada
No abstract available.
Greening the campus without grass: using visual methods to understand and integrate student perspectives in campus landscape development and water sustainability planning
Water, once thought to be a limitless resource, is now recognised as finite and one of the most contentious, uncertain issues of the future. While universities are one of the largest users of potable water in the urban ...
Providers' perceptions of Aboriginal palliative care in British Columbia's rural interior
Aboriginal Canadians experience a disproportionate burden of ill-health and have endured a history of racism in accessing and using health care. Meanwhile, this population is rapidly growing, resulting in an urgent need ...
"I spent the first year drinking tea": Exploring Canadian university researchers' perspectives on community-based participatory research involving Indigenous peoples
Community-based participatory research (CBPR) is generally understood as a process by which decision-making power and ownership are shared between the researcher and the community involved, bi-directional research capacity ...
"Hishuk Tsawak'' (Everything Is One/Connected): A Huu-ay-aht Worldview for Seeing Forestry in British Columbia, Canada
Huu-ay-aht First Nation has been undergoing treaty negotiations with the governments of British Columbia and Canada for the past 15 years. A settlement will allow Huu-ay-ahts to re-introduce their traditional forest ...
Researchers' Perspectives on Collective/community Co-Authorship in Community-Based Participatory Indigenous Research
ETHICAL TENSIONS EXIST REGARDING the value and practice of acknowledging Indigenous contributions in community-based participatory research (CBPR). Semistructured phone interviews with researchers documented their perspectives ...
Community-based participatory research involving Indigenous peoples in Canadian geography: Progress? An editorial introduction
No abstract available.