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The Resource Pulp friction : communities and the forest industry in a globalized world, edited by Ronald N. Harpelle and Michel S. Beaulieu

Pulp friction : communities and the forest industry in a globalized world, edited by Ronald N. Harpelle and Michel S. Beaulieu

Label
Pulp friction : communities and the forest industry in a globalized world
Title
Pulp friction
Title remainder
communities and the forest industry in a globalized world
Statement of responsibility
edited by Ronald N. Harpelle and Michel S. Beaulieu
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
CaOPAL
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1957-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Harpelle, Ronald N.
  • Beaulieu, Michel S
Series statement
Northern and regional studies series #21
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  • Indigenous peoples
  • Forest industry
  • Forests and forestry
  • Forest industry
  • Forests and forestry
  • Forest industry
  • Forests and forestry
  • Globalization
  • Globalization
  • Globalization
Label
Pulp friction : communities and the forest industry in a globalized world, edited by Ronald N. Harpelle and Michel S. Beaulieu
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
The path to pulp friction / Michel S. Beaulieu and Ronald N. Harpelle -- 1. Irreconcilable differences, shifting economies and a paperless society / Ronald N. Harpelle -- 2. The Forest products sector in Canada, hardship and decline among the trees / Bruce Muirhead -- 3. Demographic and social change in Canada's Northern resource-dependent communities, 1971-2001 / Chris Southcott -- 4. Notes on the labour movement and the rise and fall of the pulp and paper industry in Anglophone Canada / Thomas Dunk -- Adaptive capacity in Canadian model forest communities, a social and regional analysis / Nicole L. Klenk, Maureen G. Reed, and Sharmalene Mendis-Millard -- 6. We are all the treaty peoples, the foundation for community forestry in Northern Ontario [Indians, Aboriginal or Native peoples, First Nations] / M.A. (Peggy) Smith and Lynn Palmer -- 7. Transforming protected areas to support Indigenous livelihoods, examining conservation engagement and responsibilities in two provincial boreal norths / Harvey Lemelin, Peggy Smith and Denise Golden -- 8. Economic development policy governance in resource-dependent regions, Northern Ontario and Botswanna [resource based] / Charles Conteh -- 9. Forestry co-operatives, a community-based approach to an emerging bioeconomy / Hayley Hesseln, Simon Weseen, and Matt Vermette -- 10. The Green belt undone / Hanna Snellman and Miika Voutilainen -- 11. Local impacts of a global industry, the case of industrial forestry in Uruguay / Diego E. Pineiro and Matias Carambula -- 12. Latin America and changes in global forestry, perspectives on two models of development / Jussi Pakkasvirta --
Control code
000041421336
Extent
290 p.
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Isbn
9781895939354
Isbn Type
(pbk)
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Pulp friction : communities and the forest industry in a globalized world, edited by Ronald N. Harpelle and Michel S. Beaulieu
Publication
Contents
The path to pulp friction / Michel S. Beaulieu and Ronald N. Harpelle -- 1. Irreconcilable differences, shifting economies and a paperless society / Ronald N. Harpelle -- 2. The Forest products sector in Canada, hardship and decline among the trees / Bruce Muirhead -- 3. Demographic and social change in Canada's Northern resource-dependent communities, 1971-2001 / Chris Southcott -- 4. Notes on the labour movement and the rise and fall of the pulp and paper industry in Anglophone Canada / Thomas Dunk -- Adaptive capacity in Canadian model forest communities, a social and regional analysis / Nicole L. Klenk, Maureen G. Reed, and Sharmalene Mendis-Millard -- 6. We are all the treaty peoples, the foundation for community forestry in Northern Ontario [Indians, Aboriginal or Native peoples, First Nations] / M.A. (Peggy) Smith and Lynn Palmer -- 7. Transforming protected areas to support Indigenous livelihoods, examining conservation engagement and responsibilities in two provincial boreal norths / Harvey Lemelin, Peggy Smith and Denise Golden -- 8. Economic development policy governance in resource-dependent regions, Northern Ontario and Botswanna [resource based] / Charles Conteh -- 9. Forestry co-operatives, a community-based approach to an emerging bioeconomy / Hayley Hesseln, Simon Weseen, and Matt Vermette -- 10. The Green belt undone / Hanna Snellman and Miika Voutilainen -- 11. Local impacts of a global industry, the case of industrial forestry in Uruguay / Diego E. Pineiro and Matias Carambula -- 12. Latin America and changes in global forestry, perspectives on two models of development / Jussi Pakkasvirta --
Control code
000041421336
Extent
290 p.
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Isbn
9781895939354
Isbn Type
(pbk)
Other physical details
ill.

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