Advancing sustainable development in Canada : policy issues and research needs / Written for the Policy Research Initiative by the International Institute for Sustainable Development. : PH4-1/2003
This paper identifies research needs related to seven sustainable development issues: changing urban design and planning; improving the quality and management of Canada’s freshwater resources; engaging in cross-jurisdictional, ecoregion-level decision making; understanding the impacts of globalization on sustainable development in Canada; designing signals and incentives that induce sustainable behaviour; reducing the ecological burden of current lifestyles; and taking bolder steps in meeting international commitments related to the alleviation of poverty in the world.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Policy Research Initiative.|
|Collaborating author||International Institute for Sustainable Development.|
|Title||Advancing sustainable development in Canada : policy issues and research needs / Written for the Policy Research Initiative by the International Institute for Sustainable Development.|
|Language||Bilingual-[English | French]|
|Other formats||Electronic-[French], Electronic-[English]|
|Note(s)||"PRI Project Sustainable Development in collaboration with International Institute for Sustainable Development"--Cover.|
|Publishing information||Ottawa - Ontario : Policy Research Initiative 2003.|
|Description||English text, iii, 78p. : references ; 28 cm.|
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|Subject terms||Sustainable development|
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