A scan of the long-distance oil pipeline research literature: A focus on Canada
Unlocking the promise of ‘integrated’ regional and strategic environmental assessments
Gender Analysis and Impact Assessment
The state of local adaptation planning in the face of climate change
Communities across Canada are dealing with increased droughts, floods and wildfires. Over the past year, researchers from the University of British Columbia and the University of Waterloo worked with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities to conduct a survey studying municipal adaptation planning across Canada. Building on results from a similar survey in 2012, it was found that over the past 10 years, above-average rain and snowfall, and more severe storms are the most frequent weather events reported by local governments, and that responding to these effects of climate change requires involvement from all levels of government, industry and the public.
Best Practices in Environmental Assessment: Case Studies and Application to Mining
Report for the Canadian International Resources and Development Institute
CEAR Project Report CR-17-1/ CIRDI Report 2017-003
What is Known About the Impacts of Alternative Energy Development?
Gap Analysis of Impact and Assessment Research for Alternative Energy Development
CEAR Project Report SC-16-1 (September 12, 2016b)