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Private or self-regulation? A comparative study of forest certification choices in Canada, the United States and Germany
Forest certification is perhaps the best example of a voluntary governance structure for addressing environmental spillovers. Competing forest certification schemes have evolved. At the global level,Expand
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Environmental Bargains: Power Struggles and Decision Making over British Columbia’s and Tasmania’s Old-Growth Forests
abstract Over the past few decades, conflicts over resources have increased in scale and intensity. They are frequently dominated by environmental nongovernmental organizations (ENGOs) that fight,Expand
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Mobile transitions: Exploring synergies for urban sustainability research
Urban sustainability approaches focusing on a wide range of topics such as infrastructure and mobility, green construction and neighbourhood planning, or urban nature and green amenities haveExpand
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Institutional thickening and innovation: reflections on the remapping of the Great Bear Rainforest
The information, practices and views in this article are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG). © 2016 Royal GeographicalExpand
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Environmental Bargaining and Boundary Organizations: Remapping British Columbia's Great Bear Rainforest
In recent decades, the creation of conservation areas has been a significant and contested trend in resource peripheries around the globe, embracing the “remapping” of resource extents, tenures, andExpand
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Positioning Vancouver through urban sustainability strategies? The Greenest City 2020 Action Plan
Cities around the world have launched greening initiatives to reduce their carbon footprint and to become more sustainable. At the same time, they have also sought to use these initiatives toExpand
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Interactive Knowledge Generation in Urban Green Building Transitions
Knowledge coproduction between practitioners and scientists offers promising opportunities for the emerging research field of the geography of sustainability transitions. Drawing on experiences fromExpand
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“Just” ecopreneurs: re-conceptualising green transitions and entrepreneurship
ABSTRACT Economic, environmental, and social limits of the current capitalist mode of production have led to a rethinking and reconceptualisation of economic processes and models including the roleExpand
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