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"My research concerns the political economy of natural resource use and regulation, and the relationship between industrial capitalism and environmental change more generally. My three main current research focii are: (i) the contemporary and historical politics of forest governance in British Columbia; (ii) the political economy of biotechnology in Canada; and (iii) the historical and contemporary political ecology of Toronto’s urban waterfront. " 
- He is the coedtor of Neoliberal environments: false promises and unnatural consequences (2007).
- “Double movements: a political ecology of land, labour and livelihoods in British Columbia”, Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada Standard
Research Grant, April 1 2008 to March 31st, 2012, $123,500.00.
- "Contextualizing Markets", MacArthur Foundation Grant, with Principal Investigator Richard Norgaard, 1994, three years, $300,000.
Resources and articles
- CV, geog.utoronto, accessed March 19, 2011.