Alan Diduck, University of Winnipeg

Associate Professor Environmental Studies and Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba a.diduck@uwinnipeg.ca Office: (204) 786-9777

Bio/Research

My research program focuses on citizen involvement in environmental governance, the learning implications of involvement, and the consequences for sustainability. I am involved in several projects, including hydroelectric development in the Indian Himalaya, environmental assessment in Manitoba, c...

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Bio/Research

My research program focuses on citizen involvement in environmental governance, the learning implications of involvement, and the consequences for sustainability. I am involved in several projects, including hydroelectric development in the Indian Himalaya, environmental assessment in Manitoba, cross-cultural collaboration and social learning in northwestern Ontario (Common Ground Research Forum), and community gardening in inner-city Winnipeg.

The Common Ground Research Forum is a five-year project sponsored by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. The main partners are UWinnipeg’s Environmental Studies Program, the University of Manitoba’s Natural Resources Institute, the City of Kenora, Grand Council of Treaty #3, and Obashkaandagaang, Ochiichagwe’babigo’ining, and Wauzhushk Onigum First Nations.



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