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Water hearts and cultural landscapes: Practical understanding and natural resource management in the Northwest Territories, Canada

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2008

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Caine, Kenneth James, 2008, Water hearts and cultural landscapes: Practical understanding and natural resource management in the Northwest Territories, Canada: University of Alberta (Canada).

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The Canadian North finds itself in a period of Canadian history with unprecedented levels of social and environmental complexity, political uncertainty and economic change. Within the Mackenzie River valley of the Northwest Territories, major industrial resource development projects are underway. At the same time, innovative natural resource management (NRM) governance institutions are being proposed. This dissertation explores how socio-cultural and political practices enable people to become institutional bricoleurs in resource management. From Déline, Northwest Territories, I examined how outside resource managers from federal and territorial governments, environmental non-government organizations, and aboriginal community leaders [...]

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