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Publications in "Resource Usage" research area
New research, based on a study completed by the Oceans 2015 Initiative, examines how climate change will impact fisheries and the many coastal communities that depend heavily on fisheries resources for foods and economic security.
2 July 2015
Peter Dauvergne, Jane Lister
This article, published in the journal "Organization & Environment", analyzes eco-consumerism as a mechanism for global change, specifically looking at its value for improving forest management globally.
30 June 2010
Leanne Smythe, Margaret Purdy
Does Stephen Harper's team grasp the security consequences of warming temperatures, rising sea levels, extreme weather events and precipitation changes? Do they realize that climate change may represent a more complex and serious threat than terrorism and crime, their current security preoccupations? Sadly for Canada, no.
6 April 2009
Michael Byers
Whether we like it or not, Arctic policy has become foreign policy. At the same time, the success of much of that foreign policy will depend on our ability to co-operate with the people who have long called the Arctic their home
20 August 2007
Michael Byers
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has prudently decided to refurbish an old wharf on northern Baffin Island for use by the navy and Coast Guard. More precautionary action such as this is needed to protect Canadian and U.S. interests in the Northwest Passage, an area replete with uncertainty and risk.
11 August 2007
Edited by: Philippe Le Billon
From the oil fields of the Persian Gulf to the diamond mines of West Africa, millions of people in resource rich countries have seen their lives devastated as a result of exploitative commercial relations, corrupt governance, and war. Going beyond conventional arguments of violent competition over scarce resources, this edited volume provides critical perspectives on so-called ‘resource wars?
12 July 2005
Philippe Le Billon
Corruption, reconstruction and oil governance in Iraq
1 June 2005
Philippe Le Billon
Aid in the midst of plenty: oil wealth, misery, and advocacy in Angola
1 March 2005
Philippe Le Billon
Fuelling war. Natural resources and armed conflicts
1 March 2005
Philippe Le Billon, F. El Khatib
From free oil to ‘freedom oil? terrorism, war and US geopolitics in the Persian Gulf
1 March 2004
Philippe Le Billon
The geopolitical economy of ‘resource wars'
1 March 2004
Philippe Le Billon
Buying peace or fuelling war: the role of corruption in armed conflicts
1 May 2003
Philippe Le Billon
The political ecology of war and resource exploitation
1 April 2003
Philippe Le Billon
Matières premières, violences et conflits armés
1 April 2003
Philippe Le Billon
Logging in muddy waters: the politics of forest exploitation in Cambodia
1 December 2002
Philippe Le Billon
Most downloaded article for this journal in 2004
1 June 2001
George Hoberg, Paul Howe
Law, Knowledge and National Interests in Trade Disputes: The Case of Softwood Lumber, by George Hoberg and Paul Howe, June 1999.
13 June 1999
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