Cross Border environmental issues, Trans-border governance
This report presents the findings of a study that utilizes a Delphi questionnaire technique to explore trans-border environmental governance issues in the Fraser Lowland of south-western British Columbia/ north-western Washington State. The international border that bisects this area, presents an implicit obstacle to coherent and consistent management of the environmental resources located in this unified bio-physical region. Moreover, as population and industrial pressures continue unabated, there is a sense that some degree of unified bi-national effort is inevitable in this cross-border region (CBR).
Buckley, Patrick H. and Belec, John, "Imaging the Future of Cross Border Environmental Resource Management within the Fraser Lowland: A Delphi Analysis" (2007). Environmental Studies Faculty and Staff Publications. 39.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Environmental management--Canada--British Columbia; Environmental management--United States--Washington (State)
Canadian-American Border Region--Environmental aspects
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