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Gabriel Yahya Haage
Gabriel Yahya Haage
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Over the horizon: Exploring the conditions of a post-growth world
T Crownshaw, C Morgan, A Adams, M Sers, N Britto dos Santos, ...
The Anthropocene Review 6 (1-2), 117-141, 2019
272019
Fostering critical pluralism with systems theory, methods, and heuristics
K Kish, D Mallery, GY Haage, R Melgar-Melgar, M Burke, C Orr, ...
Ecological Economics 189, 107171, 2021
102021
Wellbeing in the more-than-human world
K Brevik, J Adams, B Dube, L Barbieri, GY Haage
Sustainable Wellbeing Futures: A Research and Action Agenda for Ecological …, 2020
12020
Ecosystem approach to management (EAM)
GY Haage
Dictionary of Ecological Economics, 163-164, 2023
2023
Creating a Stakeholder Table, Identifying Hidden Stakeholders, and Exploring Relational Interventions for the Bayano Region of Panama
G Yahya Haage
Challenges in Sustainability 11 (1), 34-45, 2023
2023
Beyond Human-Wildlife Conflicts: Ameliorating Human/Nonhuman Animal Relationships through Workshops on Terminology
GY Haage
Rel.: Beyond Anthropocentrism 11, 29, 2023
2023
Determining the Views of the Panamanian Indigenous Maje Embera Drua on Environmental and Biodiversity Changes
G Yahya Haage, A Lee
The McGill Journal of Refugee and Migration Studies 2 (1), 1-22, 2022
2022
EDUCATION REFORM IN THE STRUGGLE FOR CLIMATE JUSTICE
G Yahya Haage, NB dos Santos
Local Activism for Global Climate Justice: The Great Lakes Watershed, 258, 2019
2019
Developing a Child-Centered Water Poverty Index: General Guidelines and the Case Study of the Bayano Region, Panama
GY Haage
2019
Innovative Ideas for Environmentalism Conference: An exploration of the Emberá, Guna, and the Bayano Region in Panama (Conference Proceedings)
Gabriel Yahya Haage (editor)
Innovative Ideas for Environmentalism Conference: An exploration of the …, 2019
2019
Developing a child-centered Water Poverty Index with the Bayano Region, Panama as case study: A brief outline
G Yahya Haage
Innovative Ideas for Environmentalism Conference: An exploration of the …, 2019
2019
Are species largely redundant? Testing the reliability of increasingly complex trait-based classifications in understanding Canadian Arctic ecosystems
G Yahya Haage
MSURJ (McGill Science Undergraduate Research Journal) 12 (1), 11-15, 2017
2017
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