Biodiversity

Canadian Biodiversity Policy in the “Last, Best Chance to Save Nature” Decade

Lemieux, C. J., Kraus, D. T., Rushton, B., & Fiener, T.


Abstract

The only ground-up, contributed text for courses in Canadian Environmental Politics, VanNijnatten et al. is a comprehensive overview of the core fields, issues, and controversies central to the field of environmental politics and policy in Canada. With expert voices from a variety of fields-including policy development and analysis, environmental law, environmental science and policy, and Indigenous-led approaches to sustainable development and nation-to-nation environmental policy-Canadian Environmental Policy and Politics is the definitive introduction to environmental policy and politics in Canada, with a renewed focus on encouraging students to apply their knowledge to real-world contexts.

Recommended citation

Lemieux, C. J., Kraus, D. T., Rushton, B., & Fiener, T. (2024). Canadian Biodiversity Policy in the “Last, Best Chance to Save Nature” Decade. In VanNijnatten, D. L. (Eds.), Canadian Environmental Policy and Politics (5e). Oxford University Press. https://www.oupcanada.com/catalog/9780190164683.html

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