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Transboundary Policy Challenges in the Pacific Border Regions of North America

edited by James Loucky, contributions by Salvador Garcia-Martinez; James Jouckey; Alejandro Diaz-Bautista; Preston L. Schiller; Martin Medina; Tina Symko; Hugh O'Reilly; Warren G. Gill; John M. Munro; Jean O. Melious; Duncan Knowler; Peter Williams; Emma Spencer Norman; Donald K. Alper; Vincente Sanchez-Munguia; Jose Luis Castro-Ruiz; K.S. Calbick; David A. Fraser; Krista Martinez; Christobal Mendoza & John C. Miles

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Transboundary Policy Challenges responds to a growing interest in borderlands environmental policy by highlighting significant transboundary research and practices being undertaken within and across the Pacific border regions of North America. The issues explored here reveal how intricate and interrelated social, economic, and environmental concerns have become, particularly along borders, as Canada, Mexico, and the United States collectively search for sustainable solutions.

Growing concern about the seriousness of environmental problems, particularly in high-growth border areas, coupled with the rising awareness of the complexities entailed in wise development decisions, has spurred recognition that new realities require new responses. Critical for effective environmental protection, restoration, and education is a sharing of understanding and effort across borders. Transboundary Policy Challenges highlights advances in transborder environmental research and discusses sensible policy directions with particular focus on critical areas of international concern and engagement: land and water use planning; regional growth management; trade and transportation corridors; environmental education; and travel and tourism.

With Contributions By: J.C. Day Donald K. Alper K.S. Calbick Jose Luis Castru-Ruiz Alejandro Diaz-Bautista David A. Fraser Salvador Garcia-Martinez Warren G. Gill Duncan Knowler James Louckey Krista Martinez Martin Medina Jean O. Melious Cristobal Mendoza John C. Miles John M. Munroe Emma Spencer Norman Hugh O'Reilly Vicente Sanchez-Munguia Preston L. Schiller Tina Symko Peter Williams

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James Loucky is a professor of anthropology at Western Washington University. He specializes in Latin American affairs, international migration, and intercultural education.
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James Loucky is a professor of anthropology at Western Washington University. He specializes in Latin American affairs, international migration, and intercultural education.
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James Loucky is a professor of anthropology at Western Washington University. He specializes in Latin American affairs, international migration, and intercultural education.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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Chad Day is professor emeritus, School of Resource and Environmental Management at Simon Fraser University. He specializes in water and land management, environmental impact assessment, and sustainable development.
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