The Canadian Environment in Political Context, Second Edition

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University of Toronto Press, Aug 20, 2019 - Political Science - 416 pages

The Canadian Environment in Political Context uses a non-technical approach to introduce environmental politics to undergraduate readers. The second edition features expanded chapters on wildlife, water, pollution, land, and energy.

Beginning with a brief synopsis of environmental quality across Canada, the text moves on to examine political institutions and policymaking, the history of environmentalism in Canada, and other crucial issues including Indigenous peoples and the environment, as well as Canada’s North. Enhanced with case studies, key words, and a comprehensive glossary, Olive's book addresses the major environmental concerns and challenges that Canada faces in the twenty-first century.

 

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Contents

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The Canadian Environment
Canadian Politics and Institutions
Making Policy in Canada
Canadas Environmental History in Waves and Eras
The Conservation of Species at Risk
Water
Suggested Readings
Cities and Land
Citizens and Land
Energy Policy and Climate Change
Politics and Policy in the North and Far North
The Canadian Environment in a Global Context
The Canadian Environment in the TwentyFirst Century
Glossary
References

Air and Chemical Pollution
Suggested Readings
Forest Policy

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About the author (2019)

Andrea Olive is an associate professor of political science and geography at the University of Toronto Mississauga.

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