Geography (GEOG) - Natural Resource Development in Regional Planning

GEOG 4806  Natural Resource Development in Regional Planning


GEOG 2226


Three hours of lecture per week for one term.




This systematic human geography course examines the goals and objectives of regional planning and the strategies employed to assign the uses of natural resources. Application of planning approaches to resource use at the regional and national levels are analysed. Historical development, conflict resolution, partnerships and public participation are examined in the planning and allocation of resources. Native land claims and Native approaches to resource management are also included.

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