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B.C. Government Payments Divide Gitxsan Nation, Called 'Bribery'

B.C. Government Payments for LNG Support Called ‘Bribery,’ Divide Gitxsan Nation

By Trevor Jang | February 7, 2017

Earl Muldon sits at his kitchen table surrounded by family, sipping coffee. 311 more words

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State of Canada's Natural and Cultural Heritage Places 2016

Nearly Half of National Park Ecosystems Rate as ‘Fair’ or ‘Poor’ in Parks Canada Report

By Susan Lunn | January 26, 2017

A federal report by Parks Canada shows that almost half of the ecosystems in the country’s national parks remain in fair to poor condition, five years after a previous report with similar concerns. 232 more words

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MARE & Oceans Past: Proposal for gender panel

For the 2017 MARE Conference 2017 (People & the Sea IX: Dealing with Maritime Mobilities), Katia Frangoudes and colleagues propose a panel Рare you interested in taking part? 391 more words

Women

First UNEP report on Gender and the Environment

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has released the 2016 Global Gender and Environment Outlook report.

This first ever such report uses a drivers-pressures-states-impacts-responses approach to summarise available information and make an attempt to address four policy questions: 549 more words

Fisheries

Fiji and Solomon Islands articles feature in SPC's Women in Fisheries Info Bulletin #27

The Secretariat of the Pacific Community’s 27th Women in Fisheries Information Bulletin features several in-depth reports on women in Fiji fisheries and rural communities, and a one on women in Solomon Island fisheries. 128 more words

Women

Conservation Social Science: Understanding and Integrating Human Dimensions to Improve Conservation

A group of colleagues and I recently published an Open Access review paper in Biological Conservation titled “Conservation Social Science: Understanding and Integrating Human Dimensions to Improve Conservation… 311 more words

Learning from forestry and landuse: Good practices for women's inclusion

In 2013, a group of organisation, led by WOCAN (Women Organizing for Change in Agriculture and Natural Resource Management) produced a very useful distillation of good practices for including women in key climate change mitigation programs, especially REDD (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation). 140 more words

Gender And Development