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Exploring integrated landscape management at the provincial level in Canada

Author: Bryan Oborne; Panterra Management Ltd.; Policy Research Initiative (Canada)
Publisher: Ottawa, Ont. : Policy Research Initiative, 2010.
Series: Working paper series (Policy Research Initiative (Canada)), #054.; PRI project., Sustainable development.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
The number of integrated landscape management (ILM) practitioners and a growing body of application experience is evolving at the community, provincial, regional, and national levels in Canada - among governments, within the nongovernmental organization sector, and within the private sector. Understanding ILM evolution, recent developments, and future trends in Canada will assist in determining the most appropriate  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Bryan Oborne; Panterra Management Ltd.; Policy Research Initiative (Canada)
OCLC Number: 772689571
Language Note: Abstract in English and French.
Notes: "December 2010."
4. References.
5. Appendix 1: ILM research tables.
Description: 1 online resource (88 pages) : illustrations, digital file
Contents: Executive summary --
Sommaire exécutif --
A planning tool for sustainable development --
Range and types of provincial initiatives --
Observations and innovations --
Preliminary assessment of progress --
Governance --
Commitment --
Co-ordination --
Opportunities for federal consideration. 1. The Canadian context for ILM --
1.1 Research methods --
1.2 Analytical framework. 2. Provincial ILM experiences --
2.1 Alberta --
2.1.1 Landscape issues --
2.1.2 ILM origins --
2.1.3 Current ILM initiatives --
2.1.4 Innovations --
2.1.5 Gaps --
2.1.6 Decision-making linkages --
2.2 British Columbia --
2.2.1 Landscape issues --
2.2.2 ILM origins --
2.2.3 Current ILM initiatives --
2.2.4 Innovations --
2.2.5 Gaps --
2.2.6 Decision-making linkages --
2.3 Manitoba --
2.3.1 Landscape issues --
2.3.2 ILM origins --
2.3.3 Current ILM initiatives --
2.3.4 Innovations --
2.3.5 Gaps --
2.3.6 Decision-making linkages --
2.4 Maritimes --
2.4.1 Landscape issues --
2.4.2 ILM origins --
2.4.3 Current ILM initiatives --
2.4.4 Innovations --
2.4.5 Gaps --
2.4.6 Decision-making linkages --
2.5 Ontario --
2.5.1 Landscape issues --
2.5.2 ILM origins --
2.5.3 Current ILM initiatives --
2.5.4 Innovations --
2.5.5 Gaps --
2.5.6 Decision-making linkages --
2.6 Quebec --
2.6.1 Landscape issues --
2.6.2 ILM origins --
2.6.3 Current ILM initiatives --
2.6.4 Innovations --
2.6.5 Gaps --
2.6.6 Decision-making linkages --
2.7 Saskatchewan --
2.7.1 Landscape issues --
2.7.2 ILM origins --
2.7.3 Current ILM initiatives --
2.7.4 Innovations --
2.7.5 Gaps --
2.7.6 Decision-making linkages. 3. Synthesis of findings --
3.1 Range of ILM-related initiatives --
3.2 ILM application --
3.2.1 The standard ILM model --
3.3 Observations and innovations --
3.3.1 ILM review findings --
3.3.2 Towards an ideal ILM model --
A) Governance --
B) Commitment --
C) Science --
D) Capacity --
E) Co-ordination --
3.4 Future considerations.
Series Title: Working paper series (Policy Research Initiative (Canada)), #054.; PRI project., Sustainable development.
Responsibility: [Bryan Oborne] ; Panterra Management Ltd.

Abstract:

The number of integrated landscape management (ILM) practitioners and a growing body of application experience is evolving at the community, provincial, regional, and national levels in Canada - among governments, within the nongovernmental organization sector, and within the private sector. Understanding ILM evolution, recent developments, and future trends in Canada will assist in determining the most appropriate ILM roles for the federal government. Given that most land use and resource management and planning responsibilities fall under provincial jurisdiction, the Policy Research Initiative (PRI) initiated a detailed review of ILM at the provincial level in the spring of 2009. The work was conducted by Bryan Oborne of Panterra Management Ltd. with support from Environment Canada.

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