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Sense of place and experimentation in urban sustainability transitions: the Resilience Lab in Carnisse, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Experimentation as a means of governance for sustainability transitions has been advocated for years by transition scholars and geography scholars. We propose that examining the impact of experimentation requires an understanding of its embeddedness in place as a socio-spatial context. This notion of embeddedness, which conceptually aligns well with the understanding of sense of...

Forest dependence and community well-being in rural Canada: a longitudinal analysis

The well-being of people living in forest-dependent communities has been studied extensively, but little research has explored how this relationship has changed over time. Some theories suggest that regional differences in well-being should decrease, through the flow of capital and labour, while other work suggests that these inequalities will grow. Our research uses Census of...

Socio-economic status of boreal communities in Canada

The boreal forest region contains nearly 20 per cent of the world's forest resources. Canada contains ∼30 per cent of the world's boreal forest and the future of Canada's boreal region has been the subject of spirited debate, with some advocating more extensive and intensive harvest, while others argue for increased protection. Since the boreal region lags behind Canada as a...

Working together: a reciprocal wood flow arrangement to mitigate the economic impacts of natural disturbance

This study investigates the regional economic impacts resulting from the current mountain pine beetle infestation in British Columbia, Canada, and proposes a mitigation strategy to reduce the negative impacts. The strategy consists of reducing the abrupt timber supply changes in an infested region through a reciprocal wood flow arrangement with an adjacent region less affected by...