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- 12Parkins, John (Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology)
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Since their first discoveries in the early 1990s in Canada, pig diseases, especially porcine reproductive respiratory syndrome (PRRS) and porcine circovirus associated disease (PCVAD), have plagued the Canadian pig industry, and the problem became more severe with the onset of porcine epidemic...
The Political Economy of Animal Testing and Traceability in Response to Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies (TSEs)Download
Transmissible Spongifrom Encephalopathies (TSEs), which include bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in cattle and chronic wasting disease (CWD) in cervids, are associated with three possible risks. The risks of food safety outbreaks, the risks to economic benefits, and the risks to society's...
The Paradox of Fragmentation in Regional Resource Management: Implications for Cumulative Effects Assessment in AlbertaDownload
Cross-jurisdictional natural resource management at global and regional scales is increasingly struggling with issues of fragmentation. Within the context of regional resource management and governance, fragmentation is a term to broadly describe the interaction of numerous jurisdictions within a...
The pressure to achieve net-zero CO2 objectives has heightened the need to evaluate energy technologies in Canada, where the oil and gas industry remains essential to the economy. Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a component of Canada’s net-zero CO2 strategies and can absorb up to 90% of the...
This study aims to provide insight into the phenomenon and impacts of climate change in the Canadian Subarctic region, based on research with youth and elders from the community of Délįne located on Great Bear Lake (GBL) in the Mackenzie River Basin. In collaboration with the Sahtú Renewable...
Indigenous peoples in northern Canada are already experiencing significant climate change impacts. Young Indigenous people will inherit serious climate effects that threaten their physical and mental health, as well as ancestral traditions. It is these same young people that live in communities...
Climate change is posing a major challenge to our environment and economy. Climate change is considered to be more intense for northern regions including Alberta, Canada. Adapting to climate change is essential to mitigate the negative impacts and maintain prosperity for society. However, the...
This project sought to determine the effect of grazing management decisions on operation wealth; specifically, to determine both the wealth maximizing system for producers and to determine the impact on producers who adopt more intensive management systems. Adoption of four grazing management...
Lockdowns and other non-pharmaceutical interventions that were implemented to combat the COVID-19 Pandemic have had unintended yet profound consequences. One widely-reported consequence has been changes in people’s perceptions of the value of nature and their personal dwelling spaces. Highly...
Historically, macrobreweries, such as Keith, Molson, Sleeman, and Labatt, have dominated Canada’s brewery industry. However, in the late 1980s microbreweries began to emerge in communities across Canada. In Alberta, the number of microbreweries increased from 16 in 2012 to 80 in 2018 (Alberta...