Sustainable development in Canadian context: A critical review
Paes Ferreira, Maria Inês
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Despite increased demand for sustainable development in Canada and around the world, the efforts to change unsustainable growth frameworks have been piecemeal and wholly ineffective. Neoliberal capitalism and economy-first philosophies supersede efforts at addressing the root causes of climate change and minimal sustainable development strategies. Beginning with Scott Campbell’s "Planner’s Triangle", effective policies and tactics can be implemented to challenge contemporary development and establish a broader framework that informs planners concerned with sustainable development.
Identifier (Other)DOI: 10.19180/2177-4560.v10n12016p7-22
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