Mark Groulx
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A role for nature-based citizen science in promoting individual and collective climate change action? A systematic review of learning outcomes
M Groulx, MC Brisbois, CJ Lemieux, A Winegardner, LA Fishback
Science Communication 39 (1), 45-76, 2017
472017
Motivations to engage in last chance tourism in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area and Wapusk National Park: the role of place identity and nature relatedness
M Groulx, C Lemieux, J Dawson, E Stewart, O Yudina
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 24 (11), 1523-1540, 2016
382016
Place-based climate change adaptation: A critical case study of climate change messaging and collective action in Churchill, Manitoba
M Groulx, J Lewis, C Lemieux, J Dawson
Landscape and Urban Planning 132, 136-147, 2014
352014
How the race to achieve Aichi Target 11 could jeopardize the effective conservation of biodiversity in Canada and beyond
CJ Lemieux, PA Gray, R Devillers, PA Wright, P Dearden, EA Halpenny, ...
Marine Policy 99, 312-323, 2019
322019
Effective environmental visualization for urban planning and design: Interdisciplinary reflections on a rapidly evolving technology
JL Lewis, JM Casello, M Groulx
Journal of Urban Technology 19 (3), 85-106, 2012
312012
Understanding consumer behaviour and adaptation planning responses to climate-driven environmental change in Canada's parks and protected areas: a climate futurescapes approach
M Groulx, CJ Lemieux, JL Lewis, S Brown
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 60 (6), 1016-1035, 2017
292017
Evidence-based decision-making in Canada’s protected areas organizations: Implications for management effectiveness
CJ Lemieux, MW Groulx, S Bocking, TJ Beechey
Facets 3 (1), 392-414, 2018
242018
“The End of the Ice Age?”: Disappearing World Heritage and the Climate Change Communication Imperative
CJ Lemieux, M Groulx, E Halpenny, H Stager, J Dawson, EJ Stewart, ...
Environmental Communication 12 (5), 653-671, 2018
182018
Exploring diverse lived experiences in the Smart City through Creative Analytic Practice
S Edge, K Boluk, M Groulx, M Quick
Cities 96, 102478, 2020
132020
Place stewardship among last chance tourists
M Groulx, K Boluk, CJ Lemieux, J Dawson
Annals of Tourism Research 75, 202-212, 2019
122019
Policy and management recommendations informed by the health benefits of visitor experiences in Alberta's protected areas
CJ Lemieux, ST Doherty, PFJ Eagles, MW Groulx, GT Hvenegaard, ...
Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 34 (1), 2016
122016
Healthy Outside-Healthy Inside: The Human Health & Well-being Benefits of Alberta's Protected Areas-towards a benefits-based management agenda
CJ Lemieux, ST Doherty, PFJ Eagles, J Gould, GT Hvenegaard, EL Nisbet, ...
102015
Balancing the dual mandate of conservation and visitor use at a Canadian world heritage site in an era of rapid climate change
M Weber, M Groulx, CJ Lemieux, D Scott, J Dawson
Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 2019
92019
Citizen science and the public nature of climate action
M Groulx, LA Fishback, A Winegardner
Polar Geography 42 (3), 176-195, 2019
32019
“Other people’s initiatives”: exploring mediation and appropriation of place as barriers to community-based climate change adaptation
M Groulx
Local Environment 22 (11), 1378-1393, 2017
22017
Finding the Right Fit: Age-friendly Community Planning
J Lewis, MA Denton, M Groulx, K Ducak
Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, 2013
22013
Community needs and interests in university–community partnerships for sustainable development
M Groulx, N Nowak, K Levy, A Booth
International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 2020
12020
Merely “Design Marketing”? Professional Perspectives on the Use and Misuse of Environmental Visualizations in Community Engagement
M Groulx, JL Lewis
Journal of Planning Education and Research 39 (3), 273-284, 2019
12019
“The End of the Ice Age?”: Visitor motivations to experience disappearing world heritage and the climate change communication imperative
CJ Lemieux, M Groulx, E Halpenny, H Stager, J Dawson, EJ Stewart, ...
2018
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