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Environmental governance and public policy | Environmental law and economics
Governing geoengineering through environmental assessment
Geoengineering is the deliberate, large-scale manipulation of the Earth’s environment to counteract harm to the global environment. While current actions on climate change mitigation and adaptation are not enough, there are many unanswered questions about geoengineering, including how to govern it. Learn more...
Impact and benefit agreements as private environmental governance schemes
Natural resource extraction in Ontario’s northern First Nation communities has resulted in the conclusion of numerous impact and benefit agreements (IBAs) between resource companies and First Nations. These IBAs do not directly involve the government, prompting Neil Craik and Dan McCarthy to assess their legitimacy. Learn more...