Recent publications (last six years)
Diduck, A. P., Raymond, C. M., Rodela, R., Moquin, R., & Boerchers, M. (2020). Pathways of learning about biodiversity and sustainability in private urban gardens. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 63(6), 1056-1076. https://doi.org/10.1080/09640568.2019.1633288
Dilay, A., Diduck, A. P., & Patel, P. (2020). Environmental justice in India: A case study of environmental impact assessment, community engagement and public interest litigation. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal. 38(1), 16-27. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14615517.2019.1611035
Raymond, C. M., Diduck, A. P., Buijs, A., Boerchers, M., & Moquin, R. (2019). Exploring the co-benefits (and costs) of home gardening for biodiversity conservation. Local Environment, 24(3) 258-273.
Johnson, R. M., Edwards, E., Gardner, J. S., & Diduck, A. P. (2018). Community vulnerability and resilience in disaster risk reduction: an example from Phojal Nalla, Himachal Pradesh, India. Regional Environmental Change, 18(7), 2073-2087.
Sinclair, A. J., & Diduck, A. P. (2017). Reconceptualizing public participation in environmental assessment as civics action. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 62, 174-182.
Diduck, A. P., & Sinclair, A. J. (2016). Small hydro development in the Indian Himalaya: Implications for environmental assessment reform. Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management, 18(2), 24 pp.
Mikulsen, M., & Diduck, A. P. (2016). Towards an integrated model of disaster management and food safety governance. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 15(2), 116-124.
Moquin, R., A. P. Diduck, A. J. Sinclair, & I. J. Davidson-Hunt. (2016). Cultivating community through gardening in Kenora, Ontario. Canadian Food Studies, 3(2), 70-103.
Robson, J. P., Wheeler Wiens, M., Sinclair, A. J., Diduck, A. P., Smith, M. A., & Newton, T. (2016). Searching for common ground: An urban forest initiative in northwestern Ontario. In S. Teitelbaum (Ed.), Community Forestry in Canada: Lessons from Policy and Practice (pp. 208-230). Vancouver: UBC Press.
Sinclair, A. J., & Diduck, A. P. (2016). Public participation in Canadian environmental assessment: enduring challenges and future directions. In K. S. Hanna (Ed.), Environmental Impact Assessment: Practice and Participation (3rd ed., pp. 65-95). Toronto: Oxford University Press.
Wheeler, M. J., Sinclair, A. J., Fitzpatrick, P., Diduck, A. P., & Davidson-Hunt, I. J. (2016). Place-based inquiry’s potential for encouraging public participation: stories from the Common Ground Land in Kenora, Ontario. Society & Natural Resources, 29(10), 1230-1245.
Zurba, M., Diduck, A. P., & A. John Sinclair. (2016). First Nations and industry collaboration for forest governance in northwestern Ontario, Canada. Forest Policy and Economics, 69(August), 1-10.
Diduck, A. P., Reed, M. G., & George, C. (2015). Participatory approaches to resource and environmental management. In B. Mitchell (Ed.), Resource and Environmental Management in Canada: Addressing Conflict and Uncertainty (5th ed., pp. 142-170). Toronto: Oxford University Press.
Griffith, J., Diduck, A. P., & Tardif, J. (2015). Manitoba’s forest policy regime: Incremental change, concepts, actors and relationships. The Forestry Chronicle, 91(1), 71-83.
Robson, J. P., A. John Sinclair, & Diduck, A. P. (2015). A study of institutional origins and change in a Canadian urban commons. International Journal of the Commons, 9(2), 698-719.
Sinclair, A. J., Diduck, A. P., & McCandless, M. (2015). A comparative case study of small hydro development in the Indian Himalaya. In A. K. Dutt, A. G. Noble, F. G. Costa, S. K. Thakur, R. Thakur, & H. S. Sharma (Eds.), Spatial Diversity and Dynamics in Resources and Urban Development (Vol. 1: Regional Resources, pp. 361-378). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.
Sinclair, A. J., Diduck, A. P., & Vespa, M. (2015). Public participation in sustainability assessment: essential elements, practical challenges and emerging directions. In A. Morrison-Saunders, J. Pope, & A. Bond (Eds.), Handbook of Sustainability Assessment. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.