Culture and Power: IndigeKen Caine: Environmental Governance of Great Bear Lake, Northest Territories
Ken Caine is an Environmental Sociologist in the Department of Sociology in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Alberta.
Originally from the Northwest Territories (NWT), Ken was trained as a forester (BSc. Forestry) and worked as an extension forester for the Government of the NWT and later in Northern British Columbia with Indigenous groups on forest stewardship issues. He completed his PhD in Rural Sociology from the University of Alberta in 2008 and was a Trudeau Scholar for four years. As an environmental sociologist Ken explores social practices, power dynamics, and institutional change in the context of environmental governance and natural resource management in
the western Arctic of the Canadian North and in other circumpolar regions.
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