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Diversification of Livelihoods in a Region Impacted by Hydroelectric Development: A Case Study in the Lower Mekong Mun River and Sebok River ThailandDownload
Local people living along the Mun River and its tributary, the Sebok River, have a deep connection to the ecosystem and have longstanding knowledge, practices and norms that are critical to their fishing livelihoods. However, due to rapid hydropower expansion in the Mekong region, communities...
Many First Nations across Canada face challenges in ensuring the drinking water they have from the land and in their communities is safe to drink. In northern Alberta, there are many factors that can impact the level of water quality due to the extensive extractive industries, such as oil and gas...
Many First Nations across Canada face challenges in ensuring the drinking water they have from the land and in their communities is safe to drink. In the Northwest Territories, communities and the government are working together in a variety of ways to ensure drinking water is safe and drinking...
Water is an essential part of life and viable sources of clean and drinkable water is a challenge for many people across the planet. Unfortunately, this challenge exists for many Indigenous communities across Canada as seen by a series of articles, investigations and academic literature that has...
Tracking Change is a six year, SSHRC funded, interdisciplinary research project co-led by Indigenous communities and researcher partners across the Mackenzie, Mekong and Amazon basins. The project foregrounds local and Indigenous knowledge about the impacts of climate change and development on...
Sustainability often involves three pillars: economic, environment, and social sustainability. Ecotourism is increasingly promoted as a means of boosting local economies while maintaining sustainable practices. It is important for students to recognize different definitions of “sustainability” in...
Industrial development can be important for economic development, but it also poses serious threats to the environment. For instance, chemicals used in mining can enter waterways. Understanding these impacts is important when making decisions about approving projects and identifying ways to...
Students are tasked with creating a presentation about the local disturbance/development issue they selected. They are instructed to use information from the case study handouts, background research using the internet and print materials, and interviews with knowledgeable people to inform the...
Provides directives and best practices in developing questions and planning interviews.