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The Aquaculture Controversy in Canada
Electronic Green Journal
Young and Matthews argue that controversy over Canadian aquaculture remains unresolved in large measure because the issues are systemic and include local/global relations, curbs to industry, competing knowledge claims, indigenous rights, and the ability of government to weigh economic interests against the obligation to protect the environment. The next step is to compare regimes of governance, economic growth, environmental protection, local/global relations, and cultural contexts in Chile,doi:10.5070/g313210942 fatcat:rd4a5nuxozay7pkwdehsbmx5om