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Transborder environmental issues in the British Columbia-Washington international region
|Other titles||Crossborder environmental issues in the B.C./Washington international region, Western Collection.|
|Statement||project directors, Donald Alper, Douglas Jackson, Robert Monahan ; project coordinators, Patrick Wilson, Rory Denovan.|
|Contributions||Alper, Donald K., Jackson, Douglas., Monahan, Robert L., Western Washington University. Center for Canadian and Canadian-American Studies., University of Washington.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
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Alper, D. K., Doug, J. and Bob, M.:Transborder Environmental Issues in the British Columbia-Washington International Region: A Joint Seminar Between Canadian Studies Students at Western Washington and University of Washington, University Publishing Services, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington, by: BEYOND THE BORDER Environmental Management in British Columbia and Washington By Christine Nasser Prepared for U.S.
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In large, complex societies, a system of legally established planning mechanisms is also required to make and implement the public policies that express societal goals and objectives. In many regions, such. Figures from U.S. environmental, Indigenous and local government groups met the consul general of Canada in Seattle on Thursday to register their opposition to.
The International Joint Commission issued a comprehensive report on groundwater in the Great Lakes region in The Great Lakes Charter Annex and accompanying set of agreements between two Canadian provinces and eight American states addresses groundwater Transborder environmental issues in the British Columbia-Washington international region book through its general prohibition on large-scale diversions from the Great Cited by: 9.
barges and tankers would be loaded at British Columbia, Washington, and Oregon ports, leading to unprecedented quantities of tar sands oil traversing the region’s critical. Study region: Transborder environmental issues in the British Columbia-Washington international region book border.
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A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Joachim Blatter. orest policies in British Colum-bia, Canada, have come under increasing international scrutiny from two fundamentally different sources: US, European, and transna-tional environmental groups that wish to protect and preserve the unique eco-logical character of British Columbia’s rainforests (Bernstein Transborder environmental issues in the British Columbia-Washington international region book Cashore ; Stanbury ) and the.
Although the coordination of U.S. and Canadian government policy, and the designation of the “Salish Sea,” would come later, it was clear by the early s that the shifting human relations with killer whales had a profound impact on the environmental values and transborder identity of the : Jason Colby.
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Cities 11 (4) o~ CITY PROFILE Vancouver Thomas A. Hutton Centre for Human Settlements, School of Community and Regional Planning, University of British Columbia, Vancouver V6T 1 Z3, Canada Vancouver's high growth rate over the past decade has been accompanied by far-reaching transformational processes, including economic and social.
The common geographic and environmental factors in Cascadia have created a region with distinct and parallel natural communities that are shared throughout the region. Its many rivers flow from the snow-peaked mountains and lakes to the Columbia and Fraser watershed regions out into the Pacific Ocean.
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This dissertation involves understanding how the particular provisions of Chapter 16 of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) dealt with temporary labor mobility of North American professionals across the Canada-U.S.
border, with particular emphasis in the Pacific Northwest region (Cascadia) of Canada and the United States. Ideally, NAFTA visa/status provisions. Scholars of critical regionalism have argued convincingly for a complex re-definition of regions/regionalism that examines the inherent mobility of cultures and their re-appropriation of place.
This article aims to bring American-based critical regionalism into dialogue with research on Canada-U.S. cross-border regions, specifically the Pacific Northwest (Cascadia).Author: Katherine A.
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This imaginary country, comprising of British Columbia, Washington and Oregon, ignored international borders in favor of bioregional ones. Rather than defining the area of study by its political borders, McCloskey used natural ecological features as the dividing lines. Thomas Jefferson faculty members have been invited to deliver talks on a wide-range of subjects at notable institutions around the world.
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Groundwater is vital for Canada’s health, environment and economy. Nearly a third of Canada’s population, some 10 million people, depends on groundwater for safe drinking water and more than 80 per cent of Canada’s rural population depends on groundwater for its entire water supply.
Canada’s groundwater, however, is increasingly under threat from factors such as. British Columbia, Washington, and California (inactive), and serves as a consultant to the Canadian national law firm of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP.
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This publication contains four papers from a two-day conference on Transboundary Environmental Governance in Canada and the United States, held at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars on May 8 and 9,and organized by the Canada Institute.
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