Andrea Olive
Andrea Olive
University of Toronto Mississauga
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Landowner beliefs regarding biodiversity protection on private property: an Indiana case study
L Raymond, A Olive
Society and natural resources 21 (6), 483-497, 2008
Land, stewardship, and legitimacy: endangered species policy in Canada and the United States
A Olive
University of Toronto Press, 2014
What is the fracking story in Canada?
A Olive
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 60 (1), 32-45, 2016
Wonder, ignorance, and resistance: Landowners and the stewardship of endangered species
A Olive, JL McCune
Journal of Rural Studies 49, 13-22, 2017
Fracking and framing: A comparative analysis of media coverage of hydraulic fracturing in Canadian and US newspapers
A Olive, AB Delshad
Environmental Communication 11 (6), 784-799, 2017
Urban awareness and attitudes toward conservation: A first look at Canada's cities
A Olive
Applied Geography 54, 160-168, 2014
Wild things in urban places: America's largest cities and multi-scales of governance for endangered species conservation
A Olive, A Minichiello
Applied Geography 43, 56-66, 2013
Reconciling norm conflict in endangered species conservation on private land
A Olive, L Raymond
Natural Resources Journal, 431-454, 2010
Ideas, discourse, and rhetoric in political choice
L Raymond, A Olive
Polity 41 (2), 189-210, 2009
Urban and rural attitudes toward endangered species conservation in the Canadian prairies: drawing lessons from the American ESA
A Olive
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 20 (3), 189-205, 2015
It is just not fair: the Endangered Species Act in the United States and Ontario
A Olive
Ecology and Society 21 (3), 2016
Normative beliefs in state policy choice
A Olive, V Gunasekara, L Raymond
Political Research Quarterly 65 (3), 642-655, 2012
The contribution of zoos and aquaria to Aichi Biodiversity Target 12: A case study of Canadian zoos
A Olive, K Jansen
Global Ecology and Conservation 10, 103-113, 2017
The Canadian environment in political context
A Olive
University of Toronto Press, 2015
Is anyone out there? Exploring Saskatchewan’s civil society involvement in hydraulic fracturing
A Olive, K Valentine
Energy Research & Social Science 39, 192-197, 2018
The road to recovery: Comparing Canada and US recovery strategies for shared endangered species
A Olive
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 58 (3), 263-275, 2014
Can stewardship work for species at risk? A Pelee Island Case Study
A Olive
Journal of Environmental Law and Practice 22 (3), 223, 2011
Endangered species policy in Canada and the US: A tale of two islands
A Olive
American Review of Canadian Studies 42 (1), 84-101, 2012
Oil development in the grasslands: Saskatchewan’s Bakken formation and species at risk protection
A Olive
Cogent Environmental Science 4 (1), 1443666, 2018
Slack: Adopting social-networking platforms for active learning
J Sabin, A Olive
PS: Political Science & Politics 51 (1), 183-189, 2018
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