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Land : The Threatened Resources
A filmstrip about land use issues in Canada.
Land Conflict and Injustice: Development in 'New India'
On agrarian crisis and the commercialization of the countryside in India.
Land Study Committee Report
Land Study Kit
Land Tenure Problems and the Saskatchewan Land Bank
This brief, presented to the People's Food Commission in Langenberg, Sask. examines the food issue from the perspective of the high cost of farm land.
Land trust: Connexipedia Article
There are two distinct definitions of a land trust: 1) a private, nonprofit organization that, as all or part of its mission, actively works to conserve land by undertaking or assisting in land or con...
Land Trusts: Land Held in Common
With land trusts, we can ensure that the land is used the way we believe it should be used (or not used at all). With land trusts, we can ensure that human beings left behind in the race for corporate...
Critical examination of social concers in a way designed to strengthen discussion and action.
Land Use and Occupancy
This news release makes reference to an Inuit Tapirisat-commissioned report on Inuit land use and occupancy in the Northwest Territories.
Land Use or Land Abuse?
McKellar, Peter ed.
This Study Action Kit has been compiled to help the interested Canadians learn the facts about the nature, scope and urgency of the present land use situation in Canada. The materials are intended as ...
Landscaping With the Land: Communities Restoring the Earth
Meyer, Christine; Moosang, Faith (Editors)
A collection of essays which describe 14 communities using alternative forms of development; to rebuild sustainable communities and environments.
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