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Kate Neville Assistant Professor, University of Toronto, Political Science and the School of the Environment, PhD.

Dr. Kate Neville is an assistant professor at the University of Toronto in Political Science and the School of the Environment. With a recent focus on hydraulic fracturing debates in the Yukon, her work examines resource governance and extractive industries, considering the changing relationships between governments, communities, and corporations.

Please note that this paper is co-authored by Dr Erika Weinthal, Duke University, but she will not be able to attend the conference.


Break-out Session 2: Planning Methods - Engaging and Building Trust

Tuesday, February 16, 2016.   3:30 – 5:00

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