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Author Page, Justin, 1973- author.

Title Tracking the great bear : how environmentalists recreated British Columbia's coastal rainforest / Justin Page ; foreword by Graeme Wynn.

Published Vancouver : UBC Press, 2014.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Cres  333.72097111 PAGE    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxvi, 145 pages : map ; 24 cm.
Series Nature, history, society.
Nature, history, society.
Notes Based on author's thesis (doctoral) -- University of British Columbia, 2010, under title: Power, science and nature in the Great Bear Rainforest : an actor-network analysis of an integrated natural resource management project.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. Where in the World Is the Great Bear? Problematizing British Columbia's Coastal Forests -- 2. Grizzlies Growl at the International Market: Circulating a Panorama of the Great Bear Rainforest -- 3. Negotiating with the Enemy: Articulating a Common Matter of Concern -- 4. Mobilizing Allies and Reconciling Interests.
Other formats Issued also in electronic format.
Subject Environmental protection -- British Columbia -- Great Bear Rainforest.
Environmentalism -- British Columbia -- Great Bear Rainforest.
Environmentalists -- British Columbia -- Great Bear Rainforest.
Natural resources -- Social aspects -- British Columbia -- Great Bear Rainforest.
Natural resources -- British Columbia -- Great Bear Rainforest -- Management.
Sustainable development -- British Columbia -- Great Bear Rainforest.
Actor-network theory.
Great Bear Rainforest (B.C.) -- Environmental conditions.
ISBN 9780774826716 (bound)
0774826711 (bound)