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Advancing Sustainable Development in Canada: Policy Issues and Research Needs

Research Report by Policy Research Initiative

This paper identifies the specific issues of sustainable development that are most important to Canadians in the mid to long term. The report focuses on seven area: urban redesign, freshwater management, eco-region sustainability, impacts of globalization on Canada, signals and incentives, unsustainable lifestyles, and international engagement. In the context of each topic the report explains the problem and identifies research needs in the area. Broader conclusions are drawn and policies ideas are advanced as well as implementation strategies.

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Policy Publication Details

Author(s): Policy Research Initiative;
Publisher: Policy Research Initiative [ Visit Website ]
Year Published: 2003; Publisher Type: Government Agency
Publicly Available: Yes Research Focus: National;
Registration Required: No Language: English French
Payment Required: No Publication Format: Adobe PDF, Online Copy

Subjects / Categories:

Policy Articles / Environment & Climate / Climate Change
Policy Articles / Environment & Climate / Sustainable Development
Policy Articles / Environment & Climate / Environmental Law & Regulation
Policy Articles / Environment & Climate / Climate Change / 2003
Policy Articles / Environment & Climate / Environmental Law & Regulation / 2003
Policy Articles / Environment & Climate / Sustainable Development / 2003
Policy Articles / Environment & Climate


Keywords / Tags:

Canada; urban redesign; freshwater management; eco-region sustainability; impacts of globalization on Canada; signals and incentives for sustainable development; unsustainable lifestyles; international engagement on development.;