Practices of Governance

Models of Forest Governance

Boakye-Danquah, J., Reed, M.G., 2019. The participation of non-industrial private forest owners in forest certification programs: the role and effectiveness of intermediary organisations. Forest Policy and Economics. 100: 154-163.

Nenko, A., Parkins, J., Reed, M.G., and Sinclair, J. 2019. Rethinking effective public engagement in sustainable forest management. Society and Natural Resources. DOI: 10.1080/08941920.2018.1539198

Nenko, A., Parkins J. and Reed, M.G. 2018. Indigenous experiences with public advisory committees in Canadian forest management. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. https://doi.org/10.1139/cjfr-2018-0235

Boakye-Danquah, J., Reed, M.G., Robson, J. and Sato, T. 2018. A problem of social fit? Assessing the role of bridging organizations in the recoupling of socio-ecological systems. Journal of Environmental Management. 223: 338-347.

Egunyu, F. and Reed, M.G. 2017. Harrop-Procter Community Forest: Learning how to manage forestry resources at the community level. In Bullock, R., Broad, G., Palmer, L., and Smith, P. (eds.) Growing Community Forests: Practice, Research, and Advocacy in Canada. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press.

Reed, M.G. 2017. Understanding the gendered labours of adaptation to climate change in forest-based communities through different models of analysis. In Cohen, M. (ed.). Gender and Climate Change in Rich Countries: Work, Public Policy and Action. London: Routledge. 199-214.

Reed, M.G., 2017. Marginality and Gender at Work in Forestry Communities of British Columbia, Canada, In Colfer, C.J.P., Elias, M., Basnett, B.S., and Hummel, S.S. (eds.) The Earthscan Reader on Gender and Forests. London and New York: Routledge. 307-336. (This was a reprint of an article originally published in 2003.)

Reed, M.G. 2017. Understanding the gendered labours of adaptation to climate change in forest-based communities through different models of analysis. In Cohen, M. (ed.). Gender and Climate Change in Rich Countries:  Work, Public Policy and Action. London: Routledge. 199-214. 

Bullock, R., Jastremski, K. and Reed, M.G. 2017. Canada’s Model Forests 20 Years On: Pursuing Forest and Community Sustainability. Natural Resources Forum. 41: 156-166

Egunyu, F.  and Reed, M.G. 2017. Harrop-Procter Community Forest: Learning how to manage forestry resources at the community level. In Bullock, R., Broad, G., Palmer, L., and Smith, P.  (eds.) Growing Community Forests: Bridging Practice, Research and Advocacy for Community Forests in Canada. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press

Reed, M.G., 2016. Conservation (In) Action: Renewing the Relevance of UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. Conservation Letters. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/conl.12275/full

Bullock, R. and Reed, M.G. 2016. Towards an integrated system of communities and forests in Canada. In Teitelbaum, S. (ed.) Community Forestry in Canada: Lessons from Policy and Practice. Vancouver: UBC Press. Pp. 347-367.

Parkins, J.R. Dunn, M. Reed, M.G. and Sinclair, A.J. 2016. Forest governance as neoliberal strategy: A comparative case study of the Model Forest Program in Canada. Journal of Rural Studies. 45: 270-278.

Parkins, J., Bullock, R., Noble, B., and Reed, M.G. 2016. Forests and communities on the fringe: An overview of community forestry in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. In Teitelbaum, S. (ed.) Community Forestry in Canada: Lessons from Policy and Practice. Vancouver: UBC Press. Pp. 136-154.

Diduck, A., Reed, M.G., and George, C. 2015. Participatory approaches to resource and environmental management. In Mitchell, B. (ed.) Resource and Environmental Management in Canada. 5th Edition. Don Mills: Oxford University Press. Pp. 142-170.

Egunyu, F., and Reed, M.G. 2015. Social learning by whom?: Assessing gendered opportunities for participation and social learning in collaborative forest governance. Ecology and Society. 20(4):44. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-08126-200444.

Almstedt, Å. and Reed, M.G., 2013. Introducing a framework for good and adaptive governance: An application to fire management planning in Canada’s boreal forest. The Forestry Chronicle. 89: 664-674. [Almstedt 55/Reed 45]

Davis, E.J. and Reed, M.G. 2013. Multi-level governance of British Columbia’s mountain pine beetle crisis: the role of memory and identity. Geoforum. 44: 32-41. DOI: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2013.02.005. [Davis 70/Reed 30]

Reed, M.G., Henderson, A., and Mendis-Millard, S. 2013. Shaping Local Context and Outcomes: The Role of Governing Agencies in Collaborative Natural Resource Management. Human Dimensions of Wildlife: An International Journal, 18(4), 292-306.

Klenk, N., Reed, M.G., Lidestav, G., and Carlsson, J. 2013. Modes of representation and participation in model forests: dilemmas and implications for networked forms of environmental governance involving Indigenous people. Environmental Policy and Governance. 23: 161-176.

Varghese, J. and Reed, M.G. 2012. Theorizing the implications of gender order for sustainable forest management. International Journal of Forest Research. DOI:10.1155/2012/257280. Article ID 257280, 11 pages.

Richardson, K., Sinclair, J., Reed, M.G. and Parkins, J. 2011. Constraints to participation in Canadian forestry advisory committees: A gendered perspective. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 41: 524-532.

Biosphere Reserves

Reed, M.G., 2020. (In Press). Sharing in Governance for Sustainability: Experiences of Indigenous Peoples and Canadian Biosphere Reserves. [Guest statement] In P. Dearden, B. Mitchell and E. O'Connell, Environmental Change and Challenge, (6th ed.) Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press.

Reed, M.G., and Price, M. 2019 In Press. (eds.) UNESCO Biosphere Reserves: Supporting Biocultural Diversity, Sustainability and Society. Earthscan/Routledge.

Reed, M.G., and Price, M.F. 2019. ‘Introducing UNESCO Biosphere Reserves’ in Reed, M.G. and Price, M.F., (eds.) UNESCO Biosphere Reserves: Supporting Biocultural Diversity, Sustainability and Society. Earthscan/Routledge.

Shaw, P., Shore, M., Haine-Bennett, E. and Reed, M.G. 2019. (In Press). Perspectives on Growth and Change in Canada's 18 UNESCO Biosphere Reserves Canada. In: Reed, M.G. and Price, M.F., (eds.) UNESCO Biosphere Reserves: Supporting Biocultural Diversity, Sustainability and Society. Earthscan/Routledge.

Reed, M.G., and Price, M.F. 2019. Unfinished Business: The Present and Future Contributions of Biosphere Reserves to Sustainability Science. In: Reed, M.G. and Price, M.F., (eds.) UNESCO Biosphere Reserves: Supporting Biocultural Diversity, Sustainability and Society. Earthscan/Routledge.

Reed, M.G. 2018. The Contributions of UNESCO Man and Biosphere Program and Biosphere Reserves to the Practice of Sustainability Science. Sustainability Science.  https://doi.org/10.1007/s11625-018-0603-0.

Reed, M.G. and Abernethy, P. 2018. Facilitating Co-Production of Transdisciplinary Knowledge for Sustainability: Working with Canadian Biosphere Reserve Practitioners, Society & Natural Resources, 31:1, 39-56. https://doi.org/10.1080/08941920.2017.1383545

Reed, M.G. and George, C. 2017. Just conservation: The evolving relationship between society and protected areas. In Holifield, R., Chakraborty, J. and Walker, G. Routledge Handbook of Environmental Justice. London: Routledge.

Reed, M.G. (with Drebert, Y. and Kingsmill, P.) 2016. Sustaining Home: Canadian Biosphere Reserves in Action. Available from the iBOOKstore. [Reed 90 writing; Drebert design and layout, Kingsmill editing and some writing]

George, C. and Reed, M. 2016. Building institutional capacity for environmental governance through social entrepreneurship: lessons from Canadian biosphere reserves. Ecology and Society, 21(1).

Reed, M.G., Godmaire, H., Guertin, M.A., Potvin, D. and Abernethy, P. 2015. Engaged Scholarship: Reflections from a multi-talented, national partnership seeking to strengthen capacity for sustainability. Engaged Scholar Journal. 1: 167-183. Subject to editorial review only.

Reed, M.G. and Massie, M. 2013. What’s left? Canadian Biosphere Reserves as ‘sustainability in practice’. Journal of Canadian Studies/Revue D’études Canadiennes. 47(3): 200-225.

Reed, M.G., and Massie, M. 2013. Embracing Ecological Learning and Social Learning: Biosphere reserves as exemplars of changing conservation practices. Conservation and Society. 11: 391-405.

Godmaire, H., Poirier-Ghys, G., Guertin, M.A. and Reed, M. 2013. Les réserves de biosphères du Canada : apprentissage social et bonnes pratiques. Éducation Relative à l’environnement : Regards - Recherches – Réflexions, Vol (11): 233-247.

Reed, M.G., and Egunyu, F. 2013. Management Effectiveness in UNESCO Biosphere Reserves: Learning from Canadian Periodic Reviews. Environmental Science & Policy. 25: 107-117. 233-247.

Resilience for Social and Environmental Sustainability

Clermont, H.J.K., Dale, A., Reed, M.G. and King, L. 2019. Sense of Place as a Source of Tension in Canada’s West Coast Energy Conflicts. Coastal Management. DOI: 10.1080/08920753.2019.1564953

Abu, R., Reed, M.G., & Jardine, T.D. 2019. Using two-eyed seeing to bridge Western science and Indigenous knowledge systems and understand long-term change in the Saskatchewan River Delta, Canada. International Journal of Water Resources Development. https://doi.org/10.1080/07900627.2018.1558050

Clermont, H.J.K., Dale, A., Reed, M.G., and King, L. 2019. Sense of Place as a Source of Tension in Canada’s West Coast Energy Conflicts. Coastal Management, DOI: 10.1080/08920753.2019.1564953

Reed, M.G. and Wilson, S.J. 2018. Management Options for Dealing with Changing Forest-water Relations; 121-147 in Creed, I.F. and van Noordwijk, M. (eds.), 2018. Forest and Water on a Changing Planet: Vulnerability, Adaptation and Governance Opportunities. A Global Assessment Report. IUFRO World Series Volume 38.Vienna. 192 p.

Spence C., Wolfe J.D., Whitfield, C.J., Baulch, H.M., Basu, N.B., Bedard-Haughn, A.K., Belcher, K.W., Clark, R.G., Ferguson, G.A., Hayashi, M., Liber, K., McDonnell J.J., Morrissey, C.A., Pomeroy, J.W., Reed, M.G. , and Strickert, G. 2018. Prairie water: a global water futures project to enhance the resilience of prairie communities through sustainable water management. Canadian Water Resources Journal / Revue canadienne des ressources hydriques, DOI: 10.1080/07011784.2018.1527256

Steelman, T.A., Andrews, E., Baines, S., Bharadwaj, L., Bjornson, E.R., Bradford, L., Cardinal, K.L., Carriere, G., Fresque-Baxter, J., Jardine, T., MacColl, I., Macmillan, S., Marten, J., Orosz, C., Reed, M.G., Rose, I., Shmon, K., Shantz, S., Staples, K., Strickert, G., and Voyageur M. 2018. Identifying transformational space for transdisciplinarity: using art to access the hidden third. Sustainability Science https://doi.org/10.1007/s11625-018-0644-4

Clermont, H.J.K., Dale, A., King. L. and Reed, M.G. 2018. Appreciating Values Diversity in Environment versus Economy Conflicts. The Solutions Journal. 9(4): (https://www.thesolutionsjournal.com/article/appreciating-values-diversity-environment-versus-economy-conflicts/)

Das, A., Reed, M.G. and Lindenschmidt K-E. 2018. Sustainable Ice-jam Flood Management for Socio-economic and Socio-ecological Systems. Water. 10, 135-145.

Andrews, E., Reed, M.G. Jardine, T., and Steelman, T. 2018. Damming Knowledge Flows: Power as a Constraint on Knowledge Pluralism in River Flow Decision-making in the Saskatchewan River Delta. Society & Natural Resources, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/08941920.2018.1451582

Reed, M.G. and George, C. 2017. Just conservation: The evolving relationship between society and protected areas. In Holifield, R., Chakraborty, J. and Walker, G. (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Environmental Justice. London: Routledge.


Rokoya, P. Sheikholeslami1, R., Kurkute, S., Nazarbakhsh, M., Zhang, F., and Reed, M.G. 2017. Multiple Factors that Shaped Sustainability Science Journal: A 10-year Review. Sustainability Science Journal. 12:855–868. DOI 10.1007/s11625-017-0495-4

Buchanan, A., Reed, M.G., and Lidestav, G. 2016. “What’s counted as a reindeer herder?” Gender and the adaptive capacity of Sami reindeer herding communities in Sweden. Ambio. 45 (Suppl. 3): S352-S362 (invited for special issue “Gender perspectives in resilience, vulnerability and adaptation to global environmental change”)

Kricsfalusy, V., George, C., and Reed, M.G. 2016. Integrating problem- and project-based learning opportunities: assessing outcomes of a field course in environment and sustainability. Environmental Education Research. DOI:10.1080/13504622.2016.1269874

Iniesta-Arandia, I., Ravera, F., Buechler, S., Díaz-Revirego, Fernández-Giménez, M., Reed, M.G., Thompson-Hall, M., Wilmer, H., Aregu, L., Cohen, P., Dioudi,, H., Lawless, S., Martín-López, B., Smucker, T., Vollamor, G.B. and E.E. Wangui, 2016. A synthesis of convergent reflections, tensions and silences in linking gender and global environmental change research. Ambio 45(Suppl. 3):S383–S393.

Strickert, G., Chun, K. Bradford, L., Clark, D. Gober, P., Reed, M.G. and Payton, B. 2016. Unpacking viewpoints on water security: Lessons from the South Saskatchewan River Basin. Water Policy. 18 (1): 50-72; DOI: 10.2166/wp.2015.195

Diduck, A., Reed, M.G., and George, C. 2015. Participatory approaches to resource and environmental management. In Mitchell, B. (ed.) Resource and Environmental Management in Canada. 5th Edition. Don Mills: Oxford University Press. Pp. 142-170.

Reed, M.G., Scott, A., Johnston, M., and Natcher, D. 2014. Linking gender, climate change, adaptive capacity and forest-based communities in Canada. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 44: 995-1004.

Henderson, A., Reed, M.G., and Davis, S. 2014. Voluntary Stewardship and the Canadian Species at Risk Act: Exploring Rancher Willingness to Support Species At Risk in the Canadian Prairies. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. 19:1, 17-32, DOI: 10.1080/10871209.2013.819595. [Henderson 70/Reed 20/Davis 10]

Parkins, J. and Reed, M.G. (eds.) 2013. The Social Transformation of Rural Canada: New Insights into Community, Culture, and Citizenship. Vancouver: UBC Press. 21 chapters, 3 interleafs, 414 pp.

Massie, M. and Reed, M.G. 2013. Cumberland House in the Saskatchewan River Delta: Flood memory and the municipal response, 2005 and 2011. In Keskitalo, C. (ed.) Climate Change And Flood Risk Management: Adaptation and Extreme Events at the Local Level. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishers. Pp. 150-189.

Davis, E.J. and Reed, M.G. 2013. Governing for transformation and resilience: The role of identity in renegotiating roles for forest-based communities of British Columbia’s Interior. In: Parkins, J. and Reed, M.G. (eds). The social transformation of rural Canada: New insights into community, culture, and citizenship. Vancouver: UBC Press. Pp. 249-268.

Government and community reports

Walker, H., Reed, M.G., and Thiessen, B. 2019. Gender and Diversity Analysis for Impact Assessment. Report to Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency. Available from Maureen Reed or CEAA. February 2019.  (disponible en Français aussi) 37 pp.

Bradford, L., Walker, H., Fletcher, A., and Reed, M.G. 2018. Scoping Review of GBA+ Implementation and Practices in Six Priority Areas for Environment and Climate Change Canada. Report to Environment and Climate Change Canada. Available from Maureen Reed. December 2018. 23 pp.

Betancur , B. 2019.  Inside the Rez Cross: an assessment of hosting evacuees during a wildfire
disaster in Beardy’s & Okemasis First Nation. Thesis summary sumitted to community partner. Available here

Boakye-Danquah, J. 2019. Governing small-scale forests sustainably: the role of the eastern Ontario Model Forest. A report presented to the eastern Ontario Model Forest Organization. Avalable here

Thesis

Recent Theses completed

Brock, T. 2019. Characterizing Good-Practice Engagement Between Resource Developers and Indigenous Communities in Northern Saskatchewan

Betancur, S. 2019. Inside the Rez Cross: An Assessment of Hosting Evacuees During a Wildfire Disaster in Beardy’s and Okemasis First Nation

Boakye-Danquah, J. 2018. The Contributions of Model Forest Organizations to Sustainable Forest Management of Small-scale Forests: Lessons from Eastern Ontario and Kyoto Model Forests (Mowat Award winner)

Khanal, B. 2018. MES. Raising Voices, Broadening Interests: A Longitudinal Examination of Gender and Diversity in Canadian Forest Sector Public Advisory Committees

Abu, R. 2017. PhD. Knowledge, Use, and Change in the Saskatchewan River Delta:  Assessing the Changing Livelihoods of Cumberland House Métis and Cree Nation (Mowat Award winner)

Matzke, C. 2017. MSEM Project. Effectiveness of Collaborative Planning and Strategy Building in Canadian Biosphere Reserves (August)