Resources: Resource Management

Regional economic adjustment can become a venue for towns and villages, already in crisis, to quarrel over government grants. In the Fisheries Legacy... April 04, 2011
That 'eco' label on your 2x4s says something about industrial practices in particular forestlands. But is that all? It could also stand for a process... April 04, 2011
What do community economic development practitioners have to learn from environmentalists? What does environmentalism stand to gain from CED? By... June 30, 2011
The experience of Coastal Enterprises Inc. of Maine is indicative of how the qualities and resources of religious institutions could change the face... April 04, 2011
PWSAC (Prince William Sound Aquaculture Corporation) began as a development project, but then became lucrative enought to support more extensive... July 01, 2011
A community's inhabitants are themselves coming to be considered a natural resource, & training and skill development a top priority. No matter... July 01, 2011
The value of a land trust is that covenants placed against titles are unalterable, no matter who buys and sells the land. A community can use these... July 01, 2011
The co-ops emerging in B.C.'s resource sector are not just local efforts to shore up the jobs lost to corporate forestry and fisheries. Co-operators... April 04, 2011
In the last two decades, a time of increasing disenchantment with government's ability to respond to community needs and vulnerabilities, a number of... June 13, 2011
Economically prostrate in the mid 1980s, the town of Revelstoke, B.C. has demonstrated how a small community can regain a say in its economic future... June 13, 2011