EnviReform: Strengthening Canada's Environmental Community through International Regime Reform:
Exploring Social Cohesion in a Globalizing Era
Generating Effective Global Environmental Governance: Canada's 2002 Challenge by John Kirton for the CIIA's 2001 National Foreign Policy Conference
The CIIA's 2001 National Foreign Policy Conference: The Environmental Balance Sheet: Red or Green? 26-28 October, 2001 - Chateau Laurier, Ottawa
An Assessment of Citizen Submissions to the NAFTA Commission for Environmental Cooperation by Edelgard Mahant Glendon College (York University)
Reports on the Couchiching 70th Annual Summer Conference 2001
The following sources are those upon which we rely most heavily as a common integrative foundation for the project as a whole. In addition, there is a wide, relevant literature from each of the six disciplines represented in our research team and a deep specialist literature in regard to each of the specific subprojects and individual studies.
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EnviReform gratefully acknowledges the funding of SSHRC (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada)