Advancing knowledge on collaborative and sustainable energy and natural resource development in Canada : insights and opportunities for knowledge mobilization and future research.: CR22-99/2017E-PDF
"Canadians have always been well aware of the rich resources of their country, and have debated how best to manage those resources in the interest of societal well-being. New processes and technologies are transforming how resources are accessed and developed. Complex regulatory and governance frameworks across Canada’s regions are challenged by evolving societal values and persisting global and environmental pressures. Evolving research issues and approaches are enhancing our collective ability to address widespread societal impacts and transitions; from critical climate change and economic concerns, to deep social and cultural challenges and impasses. Exploration of these issues is encompassed in one of the six future challenge areas identified in the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council’s (SSHRC) Imagining Canada’s Future initiative. Drawing on the findings of SSHRC Knowledge Synthesis Grants award holders, as well as insights from graduate students and cross-sectoral leaders, this report addresses the future challenge area: “What effects will the quest for energy and natural resources have on our society and our position on the world stage?"--Executive summary.
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|Department/Agency||Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.|
|Title||Advancing knowledge on collaborative and sustainable energy and natural resource development in Canada : insights and opportunities for knowledge mobilization and future research.|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)|| Issued also in French under title: L'avancement des connaissances sur la mise en valeur concertée et durable des ressources naturelles et des sources d'énergie au Canada. |
"Imagining Canada's future".
Includes bibliographic references.
|Publishing information||[Ottawa] : Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2017.|
|Description|| p. : photographs, charts, maps|
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|Subject terms|| Research |
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