Selected Publications

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Our Environment 4th ed

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Long Beach

 

 

 

Old Forest in Vancouver

 

 

Victoria Sustainable Living

 

 

Environment Friendly Bike!

 

 

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Books  •  Articles, Proceedings & Chapters  •  Reports, Reviews, Commentaries  •  Recent Presentations & Lectures   


BOOKS

Accepted/In Press:

Diduck, A., Reed, M.G., and George, C. 2015. In Press. Participatory approaches to resource and environmental management. In Mitchell, B. (ed.) Resource and Environmental Management in Canada. 5th Edition. Don Mills: Oxford University Press.

Massie, M. and Reed, M.G. 2013. Cumberland House in the Saskatchewan River Delta: Flood memory and the municipal response, 2005 and 2011. In Keskitalo, C. (ed.) Climate Change And Flood Risk Management: Adaptation and Extreme Events at the Local Level. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishers. Pp. 150-189.

Parkins, J. and Reed, M.G. (eds.) 2013. The Social Transformation of Rural Canada: New Insights into Community, Culture, and Citizenship. Vancouver, UBC Press.

Draper D. and Reed, M.G. 2009. Our Environment: A Canadian Perspective, 4th Edition, Toronto, Nelson.

Draper D. and Reed, M.G. 2005. Our Environment: A Canadian Perspective, 3rd Edition, Toronto, Nelson.

Reed, M.G. 2003. Taking Stands: Gender and the Sustainability of Rural Communities. Vancouver, UBC Press.

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ARTICLES, PROCEEDINGS, & CHAPTERS

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Parkins, J. and Reed, M.G. 2013. Introduction: Towards a transformative understanding of rural social change. In: Parkins, J. and Reed, M.G. (eds). The social transformation of rural Canada: New insights into community, culture, and citizenship. Vancouver: UBS Press.

Parkins, J. and Reed, M.G. 2013. Postscript: The future of rural studies in Canada. In: Parkins, J. and Reed, M.G. (eds). The social transformation of rural Canada: New insights into community culture, and citizenship. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Davis, E.J. and Reed, M.G. 2013. Governing for transformation and resilience: The role of identity in renegotiating roles of forest-based communities of British Columbia's Interior. In: Parkins, J. and Reed, M.G. (eds). The social  transformation of rural Canada: New insights into community, culture, and citizenship. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Henderson, A., Reed, M.G., and Davis, S. 2013. Accepted. Voluntary Stewardship and the Canadian Species at Risk Act: Exploring Rancher Willingness to Support Species At Risk in the Canadian Prairies. Human Dimensions of Wildlife.

Reed, M.G., Henderson, A., and Mendis-Millard, S. 2013. In Press. Collaborative Natural Resource Management: The role of governing agencies in shaping local context and outcomes. Human Dimensions of Wildlife.

Godmaire, H., Poirier-Ghys, G., Guertin, M.A. and Reed, M.G. 2013. Accepted. Les réserves de biosphères du Canada: apprentissage social et bonnes pratiques. Éducation relative à l'environnement: Regards - Recherches - Réflexion.

Almstedt, Å. and Reed, M.G., 2013. In Press. Introducing a framework for good and adaptive governance: An application to fire management planning in Canada's boreal forest. The Forestry Chronicle.

Reed, M.G., and Almstedt, Å. 2013. Accepted. Opening the gates to interdisciplinarity: A reply to Adam Wellstead. The Forestry Chronicle.

Davis, E.J. and Reed, M.G. 2013. Multi-level governance of British Columbia's mountain pine beetle crisis: the role of memory and identity. Geoforum. DOI: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2013.02.005

Massie, M. and Reed, M.G. 2012. Accepted. Cumberland House in the Saskatchewan River Delta: Flood memory and the municipal response, 2005 and 2011. In Keskitalo (ed.) 2012. Adaptive Capacity and Response to Flooding: International Lessons for Sweden. Edward Elgar Publishers.

Klenk, N., Reed, M.G., Lidestav, G., and Carlsson, J. 2012. Accepted. Modes of representation and participation in model forests: dilemmas and implications for networked forms of environmental governance involving indigenous people. Environmental Policy and Governance. 

Klenk, N., Reed, M.G.and Mendis-Millard, S. 2012. Adaptive capacity in Canadian model forest communities: A social and regional analysis. In: Beaulieu, M.S. and Harpelle, R.N.(eds). Pulp Friction: Communities and the Forest Industry in a global perspective. Waterloo: Laurier University Press.

Reed, M.G., and Massie, M. 2012. In Press. Embracing Ecological Learning and Social Learning: Biosphere reserves as exemplars of changing conservation practices. Conservation and Society. 

Reed, M.G., and Egunyu, F. 2012. Management Effectiveness in UNESCO Biosphere Reserves: Learning from Canadian Periodic Reviews. Environmental Science & Policy. 25: 107-117.

Varghese, J. and Reed, M.G. 2012. Theorizing the implications of gender order for sustainable forest management. International Journal of Forest Research. DOI: 10.1155/2012/257280.

Richardson, K., Sinclair, J., Reed, M.G. and Parkins, J. 2011. Constraints to participation in Canadain forestry advisory committees: A gendered perspective. Canadian Journal of Forestry Research. 41: 524-532.

Reed, M.G. and Davidson, D. 2011. Terms of Engagement: The involvement of Canadian rural communities in sustainable forest management. In Pini, B., Leach, B., (eds.) Transforming Gender and Class in Rural Spaces. Aldershot, Ashgate.

Ensign, P.C., Giles, A. and Reed, M.G. 2011. National (labour) Migration, In D. Carson, R. Rasmussen, P. C. Ensign, A. Taylor and L. Huskey (Eds). Demography at the Edge: Remote human populations in developed nations. Farnham, England: Ashgate Publishing.

Lidestav, G. and Reed, M.G. 2010. Preface: Gender and forestry. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research. Supp 9: 1-5.

McAfee, B., de Camino, R., Burton, P., Eddy, B., Fähser, L., Messier, C., Reed, M., Spies, T. and Vides, R. 2010. Managing Forested Landscapes for Socio-Ecological Resilience. In: Mery, G., Katila, P., Galloway, G., Alfaro, R., Kanninen. M., Lobovikov, M., Varjo, J. (eds.). 2010. Forests and Society - Responding to Global Drivers of Change. IUFRO World Series Volume 25. IUFRO, Vienna, Austria. (peer-reviewed).

Reed, M.G. 2010. Guess who's (not) coming for dinner?: Expanding the terms of public involvement in sustainable forest management, Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research.

Lebel, P.M. and Reed, M.G. 2010. The Capacity of Montreal Lake, SK to Provide Safe Drinking Water: Applying a Framework For Analysis, Canadian Journal of Water Resources.

Reed, M.G. 2010. "Husbands' Wives and Other Myths of Activism by Forestry-town Women" in Biggs, L. and Gingell, S. (eds.) Gendered Intersections:  A Collection of Readings for Women's and Gender Studies. 2nd edition. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing.

Reed, M.G. and Bruyneel, S. 2010. Rescaling environmental governance, rethinking the state: a three-dimensional view. Progress in Human Geography. DOI: 10.1177/0309132509354836.

Reed, M.G. and George, C. 2010. Where in the world is environmental Justice? For Progress in Human Geography. DOI:10/1177/0309132510388384.

Halseth, G., Reed, M.G., and Reimer, W. 2010. "Inclusion in Rural Development Planning: Challenges and Opportunities" in Douglas, D.(ed.) Rural Planning and Development in Canada in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities in the Context of Globalization. Toronto: Thomson. pp. 256-280.

Reed, M.G. 2010. "Environmental Governance and Gender in Canadian Resource Industries and Communities." In Mitchell, B. (ed.)  Resource and Environmental Management in Canada: Addressing Conflict and Uncertainty, 4th edition, Don Mills: Oxford University Press. pp. 526-553.

Reed, M.G. 2009. "Environmental justice and community-based ecosystem management" in Agyeman, R.J., Cole, P., Haluza-Delay, R. and O'Riley, P. (eds.) Speaking for Ourselves: Environmental Justice in Canada.  Vancouver: UBC Press. pp. 163-180.

Reed, M.G. 2009. A civic sort-of science: Addressing environmental managerialism in Canadian biosphere reserves, Environments. 36(3): 17-35.

Reed, M.G. and Christie, S. 2009. We're not quite home: Re-viewing the Gender Gap in Environmental Geography. Progress in Human Geography. 33(2): 246-255.

 Pollock, R. Reed, M.G. and Whitelaw, G. 2008. "Steering Governance Through Regime Formation at the Landscape Scale: Evaluating Experiences in Canadian Biosphere Reserves" in Hanna, K., Clark, D., and Slocombe, S. (eds.) Transforming Parks: Protected Areas Policy and Governance in a Changing World. Routledge: London, pp. 110-133.

Reed, M.G. 2008. Reproducing the Gender Order in Canadian Forestry: The Role of Statistical Representation, Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research. 23(1): 78-91.

Reed, M.G. 2007. Seeking Red Herrings in the Wood:  Tending the Shared Spaces of Environmental & Feminist Geographies, Canadian Geographer.  51: 1-21.

Reed, M.G. 2007. Uneven Environmental Management: A Canadian Perspective Environmental Management.  39: 30-49.

Mendis-Millard, S. and Reed, M.G. 2007. Understanding community capacity using adaptive and reflexive research practices: lessons from two Canadian biosphere reserves. Society and Natural Resources. 20: 543-559.

Reed, M.G. 2007. Uneven environmental management: A Canadian comparative political ecology, Environment and Planning A. 39: 320-338.

Reed, M.G. and McIlveen, K. 2007. Other voices from the neighbourhood: Re-considering success in community forestry. Society and Natural Resources. 20: 755-758.

Reed, M.G. and Varghese, J. 2007. Gender Representation on Canadian Forest Sector Advisory Committees.  Forestry Chronicle, 83: 515-525.

Reed, M.G. 2007. Setting the Terms for the Creation of Canadian Biosphere Reserves:  From Science Driven to Citizen Driven, Leading Edge 2006: Understanding our Resource, October 5, 2006.

Reed, M.G. and S. Mills. 2007.  "Renewable Resource Management in Saskatchewan" in Thraves, B., Lewry, M., Dale, J. and Schlichtmann, T. (eds.) Saskatchewan: Geographic Perspectives, Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre.  385-397.

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REPORTS, REVIEWS, COMMENTARIES

Egunyu, F. and Reed, M.G. 2012. Learning from the Periodic Reviews of Biosphere Reserves in Canada. Report to Canada-MAB Committee. Canadian Commission for UNESCO.

Abernethy, P. and Reed, M.G. 2012. Partnering & Networking in Canadian Model Forests. Prepared for the SSHRC Partnership.

Abernethy, P. and Reed, M.G. 2012. Canadian Biosphere Reserve Partnership Development: Baseline Study. Prepared for the SSHRC Partnership. 

Reed,  M.G. 2012. Gender Equality. In Ray C. Anderson (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Sustainability: Vol. 8. The Americas and Oceania: Assessing Sustainability. Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing.

Reed, M.G., Mendis-Millard, S., and Francis, G., with George, C. 2010. Mount Arrowsmith Biosphere Reserve Periodic Review Report.  Prepared on behalf of the Canadian Biosphere Reserves Association for submission to the Canadian Commission for UNESCO. Ottawa.

Francis, G., Mendis-Millard, S., and Reed, M.G. with George, C. 2010. Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Reserve Periodic Review Report.  Prepared on behalf of the Canadian Biosphere Reserves Association for submission to the Canadian Commission for UNESCO. Ottawa.

Reed, M.G., Daviduik, S., Richards, G., Neufeldt, M., Sheelanere, P., Kayira, J., Noble, B., Bowden, M-A, Liber, K., and Schindel, E. 2010. Shifting sands: Shaping sustainability in northwestern Saskatchewan. Report on a Public Outreach Workshop September 23-24, 2009. Saskatoon, SK, School of Environment and Sustainability, University of Saskatchewan.

Reed, M.G. 2010. Environment. In The Canadian Encyclopedia. The Historica-Dominion Institute, Toronto.

Reed, M.G. 2010. Environmental Governance. In The Canadian Encyclopedia. The Historica-Dominion Institute, Toronto.

Reed, M.G. 2010. Environmental and Conservation Movements. In The Canadian Encyclopedia. The Historica-Dominion Institute, Toronto.

Reed, M.G. 2010. Environmental Management. In The Candian Encyclopedia. The Historica-Dominion Institute, Toronto.

Reed, M.G. 2010. Environmental Agencies. In The Canadian Encyclopedia. The Historica-Dominion Institute, Toronto.

Reed, M.G. 2010. Conserver Society. In The Canadian Encyclopedia. The Historica-Dominion Institute, Toronto.

Reed, M.G. 2010. Community-based conservation. In Warf, B. Ed. Encyclopedia of Geography, Sage, Thousand Oaks California.

Reed, M.G. 2010. Biosphere reserves. In Warf, B. Ed. Encyclopedia of Geography, Sage, Thousand Oaks California.

Gignac, H. and Reed, M.G. 2008. Mont Saint-Hilaire Biosphere Reserve Periodic Review Report 2007-08. Prepared on behalf of the Canadian Biosphere Reserves Association for submission to the Canadian Commission for UNESCO. Ottawa. 46 pp.

Reed, M.G. and D. Martz. 2007. Learning About Each Other Mechanisms for Collaboration in Park Management Planning, Final Report to Parks Canada, 78 pp.

Brklacich, M. and M. Woodrow with Lebel, M., Vodden, K., Wilson, E., Reed, M.G., Gallaugher, P. and J. Pierce. 2007. A Comparative Assessment of the Capacity of Canadian Rural  Resource-based Communities to Adapt to Uncertain Futures. Final Report for the Canadian Climate Impacts and Adaptation Program,  Natural Resources Canada. 42pp.

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RECENT PRESENTATIONS & LECTURES

Reed, M.G., 2014. Learning with Canadian Biosphere Reserves: Connecting researchers and practitioners through a national community of practice. Knowledge Translation: Bridging Gaps Between Science and Society. First International Symposium of the ILEK (Integrated Local Ecological Knowledge) Programme. Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan. September 13-14, 2014. Presentation Sept. 14.

Reed, M.G., and Godmaire, H., 2014. Promoting Transformational Change by Strengthening a National  Community of Practice: Working with Canadian Biosphere Reserves. Invited presentation to the AGM of the Canadian Biosphere Reserves Association and the Canadian Commission for UNESCO. Victoria, BC. June 5, 2014.

Welter, S., Reed, M.G. and Gamble, A. 2014. Stretching community-based ecosystem management to protect Indigenous livelihoods: The Beardy’s and Okemasis First Nation and the Prince Albert Model Forest . Invited sub-plenary session on Ecosystem services under Pressure. Invited for the XXIV IUFRO (International Union of Forest Research Organizations) World Congress 2014. “Sustaining Forests, Sustaining People: The Role of Research” Salt Lake City, UT, United States, 5-11 October.

Henderson, A., Lamb, E., Davis, S., and Reed, M.G. 2014. Modeling Social and Ecological Drivers of Abundance for Three Grasslands Birds and Risk. Pathways 2014: Integrating Human Dimensions into Fish and Wildlife Management, 5-9 October, 2014. Estes Park, Colorado.

Godmaire, H. and Reed, M.G.  2014. Pratiques, Collaboration et Stratégies: Réserves de la biosphere et developpement durable. Les chartes du développement durable et l’éducation au développement durable en context de parc naturel en France et au Canada. Institut Hydro-Québec en environnement développement et société de L’université Laval. Québec City: Laval University. August 21, 2014.

Reed, M.G., Johnston, M. and Natcher, D. 2014. Gender and the challenge of preparing for climate change in Canadian forest-based communities. XXIV IUFRO (International Union of Forest Research Organizations) World Congress 2014. Sustaining Forests, Sustaining People: The Role of Research” Salt Lake City, UT, United States, 5-11 October.

Egunyu, F. and Reed, M.G. 2014. Collaborative forest governance of a community forest in western Canada: What is the role of social learning? XXIV IUFRO (International Union of Forest Research Organizations) World Congress 2014. Sustaining Forests, Sustaining People: The Role of Research” Salt Lake City, UT, United States, 5-11 October.

Egunyu, F. and Reed, M.G. 2014. Participation in collaborative forest governance in Canada and Uganda: who has access and what do they learn? 20th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM), Hannover, Germany, June 9-13, 2014.

Reed, M.G. 2014. Linking gender, climate change, adaptive capacity, and Canadian forest-based communities. Gender Forum. Diefenbaker Canada Centre. University of Saskatchewan. May 27, 2014.

Reed, M.G. and Godmaire, H. 2014. Promoting transformational change by strengthening a national community of practice: Experiences of a partnership with Canadian biosphere reserves. Third International Science and Policy Conference on the Resilience of Social & Ecological Ecosystems, “Resilience and Development: Mobilizing for Transformation” Le Corum: Montpellier, France. May 4-8, 2014. Presentation May 5.

Buchanan, A. and Reed, M.G. 2014. The Influence of gender on adaptive capacity and transformation: A case study from a Swedish reindeer herding community. Resilience and Development: Mobilizing for Transformation. Third International Science and Policy Conference on the Resilience of Social & Ecological Ecosystems, “Resilience and Development: Mobilizing for Transformation” Le Corum: Montpellier, France. May 4-8, 2014. Presentation May 7.

Reed, M.G., 2013. 16 Bottoms up! Working in partnership with Canadian Biosphere Reserves. For the Second full project meeting of the Creation and Sustainable Governance of New Commons through Formation of Integrated Local Environmental Knowledge (ILEK), Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (of Japan), Meeting held at the MOTE Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, Florida. May 7, 2013.

Reed, M.G., 2013. Learning to Learn: Evolving Sustainability Practices in UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. Presented to the students and faculty of the graduate program on environmental governance. United Nations University-Institute of Advanced Studies, Yokohama, Japan. January 24, 2013. 

Reed, M.G., 2013. Enhancing ecological and social learning in Biosphere Reserves: Experiences from Canadian Biosphere Reserves. For a Workshop on Enhancing sustainability of local communities, Canadian and Japanese activities in biosphere reserves. Sponsored by the Japan Coordinating Committee for UNESCO-MAB, Yokohama National University, Yokohama Japan. January 23, 2013.

Reed, M.G., 2013. Gazing through the looking glass at both ends: Studying sustainability in Canadian biosphere reserves from the bottom up and the top down. For the International Workshop on Transdisciplinary Research on Global Environmental Issues. Sponsored by the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto Japan. January 21, 2013.

Reed, M.G. 2013. What is sustainability anyway? The university and sustainability. “Land, Place and Environment: Advancing Learning and Practice Toward a Sustainable Future” Saskatoon: Sustainability Education Research Institute, University of Saskatchewan. October 4, 2013.

Reed, M.G. 2013. Can indigenous perspectives and knowledge be included in UNESCO biosphere reserves in Canada? Canadian Association of Geographers. “Biocultural Conservation Session” St. John’s, NL, August 13, 2013.

Potvin, D., Mason, A., Godmaire, H., and Reed, M.G. 2013. Biosphere Reserves as learning sites towards sustainability: Community-research partnerships and the case of Clayoquot Sound. Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication. Victoria, BC. June 26-30, 2013.

George, C., and Reed, M.G. 2013. Making the case for just sustainability: Exploring how society engages with environmental issues in Atlantic Canada. International Symposium for Society and Natural Resource Management. Estes Park, CO. June 8, 2013.

Parkins, J. and Reed, M.G., 2013. Toward a transformative understanding of rural social change. Canadian Sociological Association. Victoria, BC. June 7, 2013.

Reed, M.G., Godmaire, H., Abernethy, P., and Guertin, M.A. 2013. Strengthening a community of practice for learning (and evaluation of best practices) in Canadian biosphere reserves. Environmental Studies Association of Canada. Environmental Studies Association of Canada. Victoria, BC. June 4, 2013.

Dunn, M., Parkins, J., Reed, M.G., and Sinclair, J. 2013. Emergence and Transitions of Sustainable Forest Management Institutions in Canada. Environmental Studies Association of Canada. Victoria, BC. June 3, 2013.

Lidestav, G. and Reed, M.G. 2012. Is Gender Analysis in Forestry Research Useful? Keynote address to the IUFRO 6.08 - Gender and Forestry Conference, Environmental governance and four decades of gender research: Where do we stand? Wondo Genet Forestry College, Ethiopia. November 26-30, 2012.

Reed, M.G., 2012. Gender and Feminism in Environmental and Natural Resources Research. Invited Panelist, International Symposium for Society and Natural Resource Management. Edmonton, AB. June 20, 2012.

Reed, M.G., 2012. Seeing the trees within the forest: Social challenges of sustainable forest management. (PhD course) Gender and Natural Resource Management, Department of Forest Resource Management, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå, Sweden. April 25, 2012.

Reed, M.G., 2012. Mind the Gap: Connecting Scholarship on Gender and Sustainable Forest Management. Faculty of Forestry. The University of British Columbia, Vancouver. March 8, 2012.

Egunyu, F. and Reed, M.G. 2012. Under what conditions does social learning contribute to women's empowerment in forest-based communities? to the IUFRO 6.08 - Gender and Forestry Conference, Wondo Genet Forestry College, Ethiopia. November 26-10, 2012. 

Reed, M.G. and Godmaire, H. 2012. Scaling up participatory and community-based research for policy and practical change: Reflecting on research with Canadian biosphere reserves. Annual Institute for the Society of Policy Scientists. Human Rights in World Public Order: Freedom, equality, and dignity. University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon, SK, Oct 18-20, 2012.

Daviduik, S., M.G. Reed, and J. Kindrachuk. 2012. A Saskatchewan Prairie Partnership: Collaborating to Advance Sustainability Research. Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education Conference, Los Angeles, CA, October 14-17, 2012.

Egunyu, F. and Reed, M.G. 2012.  Under what conditions does social learning contribute to women’s empowerment in forest-based communities? To the IUFRO 6.08 – Gender and Forestry Conference, Wondo Genet Forestry College, Ethiopia. November 26-30, 2012. Presentation on November 27.

Reed, M.G. and Godmaire, H. 2012. Scaling up participatory and community-based research for policy and practical change: Reflecting on research with Canadian biosphere reserves. Annual Institute for the Society of Policy Scientists. Human Rights in World Public Order: Freedom, equality, and dignity. University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada, Oct 18-20, 2012. Presentation on October 19.

Daviduik, S., M.G. Reed, and J. Kindrachuk.  2012.  A Saskatchewan Prairie Partnership:  Collaborating to Advance Sustainability Research.  Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education Conference, Los Angeles, CA, October 14 – 17, 2012. Presentation on October 15.

Massie, M. and Reed, M.G. 2012. "Place, time and 'deep research' in Environmental and Canadian Studies" Beyond the culture of nature: Rethinking Canadian and Environmental Studies Conference. 28-30 September 2012, St. John's College, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.

Reed, M.G. and Massie, M. 2012. "What's left of wilderness in contemporary conservation practice?" Beyond the culture of nature: Rethinking Canadian and Environmental Studies Conference. 28-30 September 2012, St. John's College, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.

George, C. and Reed, M.G. 2012. Thinking outside the box: Exploring issues of power and justice in environmental governance. International Symposium for Society and Natural Resource Management. Edmonton, AB. June 21, 2012.

Egunyu, F. and Reed, M.G. 2012. The role of periodic reviews in biosphere reserves for improving the practice of protected area management. International Symposium for Society and Natural Resource Management. Edmonton, AB. June 19. 2012.

Zbyranyk, O., Reed, M.G., and Kricsfalusy, V. 2012. Collaboration between researchers and biosphere reserve practitioners: A case study of Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve, Canada. International Symposium for Society and Natural Resource Management. Edmonton, AB. June 19, 2012.

Massie, M. and Reed, M.G. 2012. Flooding in the Saskatchewan River Delta: comparing 2011 flood responses of two boreal forest communities in western Canada. International Symposium for Society and Natural Resource Management. Edmonton, AB. June 18, 2012.

Reed, M.G., 2012. Embracing ecological and social learning: Biosphere reserves as exemplars of changing conservation practices. Canadian Association of Geographers at the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, Waterloo, ON. June 1, 2012.

Abernethy, P. and Reed, M.G. 2012. Social networking and learning in Canadian biosphere reserves. Environmental Studies Association of Canada and the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, Waterloo, ON. June 1, 2012.

Godmaire, H., Poirier-Ghys, G., Guertin, M.A. and Reed, M. 2012. Quarante ans de pratique: Les réserves de biosphère se révèlent. ERE, EDD (Education relative à l'environnement et au développement durable), ACFAS Colloque Savoirs (Association francophone pour le savoir), Laval University Québec City, QC. May 11, 2012.

Clark, D., Daviduik, S., Maule, C. and Reed, M. 2011. Integrating knowledge and action for a better world? The SENS case study. 2011 Policy Sciences Annual Institute, Yale Law School, New Haven, CT, Oct 14, 2011.

Clark, D., Daviduik, S., Maulé, C., and Reed, M.G. 2011. Integrating knowledge and action for a better world? The SENS case study. Policy Sciences Annual Institute. October 14, 2011.

Kearns, J. and Reed, M.G. 2011. "The evolution of principles and guidelines for northern research", ICASS VII -7th International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences- Akureyri, Iceland, June 22-26, 2011.

Reed, M.G. 2011. "Biosphere Reserves as learning sites for sustainability: The debate about representativeness in the Canadian network", Annual General Meeting, The Canadian Association of Geographers, Calgary, Alberta June 1-3, 2011.

Reed, M.G. 2011. "Social-ecological inventories: Building resilience to environmental change within Biosphere Reserves", Brock Environmental Sustainability Research Unit, Brock University: St. Catherine's, Ontario (March 7th, 2011).

Bullock, R. and Reed, M.G. 2011."Remodelling Canada's Model Forests: Implications for Multi-level Governance and Resilience in British Columbia", Resilience, Innovation, and Sustainability: Navigating the Complexities of Global Change, Arizona State University, March 2011.

Davis, E. and Reed, M.G. 2011. "Changes in forest communities: Multi-level governance and resilience in British Columbia, Canada", Resilience, Innovation, and Sustainability: Navigating the Complexities of Global Change, Arizona State University, March 2011.

Reed, M.G., Swystun, L., and Fennig, P. 2010. Building a Biosphere Reserve: The role of the Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve in promoting rural sustainability planning and reflection. Invited participants for the SSHRC-funded conference: "Taking the Next Steps: Sustainability Planning, Policy and Participation for Rural Canadian Communities", Alberta Centre for Sustainable Rural Communities (ACSRC): Camrose, Alberta (October 21 - 24, 2010).

Reed, M.G.Mendis-Millard, S., and Henderson, A. 2010. Assessing the needs of collaborative conservation: A framework for consideration. Invited participants for the Symposium Developing Adaptability: The Promise and Pitfalls of Collaborative Conservation. Society for Conservation Biology, Edmonton AB, July 3-7, 2010.

Klenk, N. and Reed, M.G., Hemingway, D., and McLennan, C. 2010. "Gender and Adaptive Capacity in Canadian Model Forest Regions". Healthy forests, Healthy people - gender perspectives on climate change. IUFRO World Congress in Seoul, Republic of Korea, August 2010.

Kearns, J. and Reed, M.G. 2010. "The evolution of northern research protocols in Canada: Demonstrating leadership in the circumpolar North", Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, June 2010.

George, C. and Reed, M.G. 2010. "Problems of fit: Applying sustainable development criteria and indicator frameworks to institutional objectives in Atlantic Canada", Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, June 2010.

Almstedt, A. and Reed, M.G.  2010. "Adaptive governance for wildfire management in Saskatchewan: Coordinating wildfire management planning across jurisdictions", Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, June 2010.

Davis, E.M. and Reed, M.G. 2010. "Social resilience and the challenges of environmental governance: Addressing identity and memory in British Columbia's interior forests", Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, June, 2010.

Klenk, N. and Reed, M.G. 2010. "Changes in the socio-economic status of Canadian Model Forest Regions (1996-2006): Using a gender lens to assess adaptive capacity", Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, June 1-5, 2010.

Bullock, R.; Reed, M.G. and Parkins, J. 2010. Organizers for 4 Special Sessions "Transformation in rural environments: Identity, citizenship and collective response" (I: Concepts and Frameworks; II: Case Studies; III: Governance: IV: Panel Discussion) Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, June 1-5, 2010.

Reed, M.G. 2009. "Guess Who's (Not) Coming for Dinner: Expanding the terms of Public involvement in Canadian Sustainable Forest Management, Second Gender and Forestry Conference, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå Sweden, June 15-18, 2009.

Reed, M.G. 2009. "Gender and Collaborative Planning in Canadian National Parks", Annual General Meetings of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Ottawa, Ontario, May 27-30, 2009.

Reed, M.G. 2009. Gender and Rurality in Canadian Collaborative Environmental Management Decision-making. Invited Lecture for the PhD course: PFS0042 Gender and Natural resource Management, Faculty of Forestry, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå Sweden, June 17, 2009.

Reed, M.G. 2009. "Gender and Governance in Forestry Communities" Invited Lecture for the MES Program, Nature-based Recreation and Tourism, School of Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Tourism, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario, January 16, 2009.

Varghese, J. and Reed, M.G. 2008. "Ensuring inclusive forestry decision making: not as simple as ‘add women and mix'", International Symposium on Society and Natural Resources, Burlington, Vermont, June 10-14, 2008.

Reed, M.G. 2008. "A civic sort-of science: Addressing managerialism in Canadian biosphere reserves" Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, May 20-24, 2008.

Reed, M.G. 2008. "Conceptualizing Gender and Adaptive Governance in Canadian Forestry Communities" Invited Keynote Presentation for the Conference, Gender issues in natural resources and management - perception and experiences in different parts of the world, IUFRO Conference on Gender and Forestry, Dehradun, India, November 16-19, 2008.

Reed, M.G. 2008. "Community based ecosystem management and ecotourism in Canadian Biosphere Reserves" Invited lecture and consultation extended by the China/Man and the Biosphere Program of UNESCO, to visit and consult with mangers of the Baotianman Biosphere Reserve , China.

Reed, M.G. 2008. "Interrogating Adaptive Capacity of the Society-Forest System through the Looking Glass of Gender: Questions and Prospects" Invited commentary for the Conference, Adaptation of Forests and Forest Management to Changing Climate with Emphasis on Forest Health: A Review of Science, Policies, and Practices, Umeå, Sweden, August 25-28, 2008.

Reed, M.G. 2008. "Conceptual Frameworks and Concept Maps: Tools for Generating Knowledge", Special session of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Annual General Meeting, Frameworks, frameworks, everywhere: Understanding frameworks for effective application in academic research, May 20-24, 2008.

Reed, M.G. 2008. "Science, Citizens, and Sustainability in Canadian Biosphere Reserves" Guest Speaker for the Canadian Commission for UNESCO (United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization), 48th Annual General Meeting, May 8-10, 2008.

Reed, M.G. 2008. "The Geography of Environmental Care: Management Regimes in Canadian Biosphere Reserves" Kansas State University, ADVANCE Distinguished Lecture Series,  Beta Psi Chapter of Gamma Theta Upsilon, and the Department of Geography, February 1, 2008.

Reed, M.G. 2007. "Relearning the role of "community" in governance for rural conservation and stewardship: the case of Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve" Invited plenary speaker for 8th Prairie Conservation and Endangered Species Conference, Growing People and Communities, Regina, SK, March 02, 2007.

Reed, M.G., 2007. Institutional Capacity for Environmental Management: A Comparison of Two Canadian Biosphere Reserves, Annual Meeting, Canadian Association of Geographers, May 30-June 02, Saskatoon, SK.

Lebel, M. and Reed, M.G. 2007.  The Capacity of Montreal Lake, SK to Maintain Safe Drinking Water in an Uncertain Future, Annual Meeting Canadian Association of Geographers, May 30-June 02, Saskatoon, SK.

Christie, S. and Reed, M.G. 2007. The Political Ecology of Grasslands Management in the Transboundary Great Plains, Annual Meeting Canadian Association of Geographers, May 30-June 02, Saskatoon, SK

M.G. Reed, 2007. Setting the Terms for the Creation of Canadian Biosphere Reserves:  From Science Driven to Citizen Driven, Leading Edge 2006: Understanding our Resources,October 4-6, 2006, Burlington, ON

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Outputs Associated With Community-Engaged Scholarship

Although some research outputs related to community-engaged scholarship are listed under conventional headings as they ‘fit’ within those categories (e.g., peer-reviewed academic papers, presentations), below, I list creative outputs that demonstrate “community-engaged scholarship” that do not fall within conventional academic categories and outlets.

Reed, M.G. 2014. “Linking Gender, Adaptation, Climate Change and Forestry/Resource Management” Report of the International Gender and Adaptation Forum for IUFRO News 43(6/7): 3. Available at: http://www.iufro.org/index.php?id=5513#c21606

Reed, M.G. 2014. “Gender, Climate Change Adaptation and Forestry: Are they connected?” Blog post selected by the Canadian Journal of Forest Research showcasing the work it published by Maureen G. Reed, Alyssa Scott, David Natcher, and Mark Johnston. http://www.cdnsciencepub.com/blog/gender-climate-change-adaptation-and-forestry-are-they-connected.aspx   Also posted at: http://www.iufro.org/science/divisions/division-6/60000/60800/publications/

A SSHRC Partnership Development Grant (2011-2014) provided resources for the following outputs:

“Striking Balance: A Documentary Series Celebrating Canada’s Biosphere Reserves”.  Zach Melnick, Director. This series will showcase Canada’s 16 biosphere reserves and will be launched on TV Ontario and the Knowledge Network (among other venues) in 2015 and 2016. My role is as Executive Producer. For more information, see: http://www.strikingbalance.ca/ or http://strikingbalance.ca/index-FR.html

 “It begins with a vision”; Scott, A., Godmaire, H., and Reed, M.G. Five Minute Video describing the establishment of a community-university partnership between the University of Saskatchewan, the Canadian Biosphere Reserves Association, the Canadian Commission for UNESCO and the Canada-MAB Committee. Launched at the EuroMAB (conference of North American and European Biosphere Reserves) Oct 16, 2013. Available on my home page at: http://homepage.usask.ca/~mgr774/  and on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAZeBQuyBQ8&feature=youtu.be

“Canadian Biosphere Reserves: Learning Sites”; Two minute Video produced from the community-university partnership between the University of Saskatchewan, the Canadian Biosphere Reserves Association, the Canadian Commission for UNESCO and the Canada-MAB Committee. Launched at the EuroMAB (conference of North American and European Biosphere Reserves) Oct 16, 2013. Available at UNESCO website: http://unesco.ca/en/home-accueil/biosphere or on Youtube at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=InN1LGI6GX0

Godmaire, H., Reed, M.G., Potvin, D. and Canadian Biosphere Reserves. 2013. Learning from Each Other: Proven Good Practices in Canadian Biosphere Reserves. Ottawa: Canadian Commission for UNESCO. 66pp. Available at UNESCO website: http://unesco.ca/en/home-accueil/biosphere

Also available in French as: Godmaire, H., Reed, M.G., Potvin, D., et reserves de la biosphere canadiennes. 2013. Savoirs partagés: Pratiques exemplaires des réserve de la biosphere canadiennes. Ottawa: Commission danadienne pour l’UNESCO. 66 pp. Available at UNESCO website: http://unesco.ca/en/home-accueil/biosphere

“Partnering for Sustainability: Creating Networking and Social Learning Strategies in Canadian Biosphere Reserves” Brochure prepared for EuroMAB. Available in English and in French. 2 pp. Available at: http://homepage.usask.ca/~mgr774/Files/Brochure.pdf or http://homepage.usask.ca/~mgr774/Files/Brochure%20EuroMAB%202013%20French%20Final.pdf

Reed, M.G., Enns, E., and McDermott, L. 2014. “How have Indigenous Peoples been involved in UNESCO Biosphere Reserves in Canada?” Discussion Paper prepared for the Canadian Commission for UNESCO, Annual General Meeting, May 2014. 10 pp.

International Workshops with Practitioners and Policy Advisors at EuroMAB (Fall 2013):

The SSHRC Partnership Development Grant provided resources and capacity development opportunities for biosphere reserve practitioners to learn and assess their practices and then work with the research facilitator and me to take up leadership positions during the 2013 EuroMAB Conference, “Engaging our Communities”. These workshops were led or co-led by Canadian practitioners who participated in the partnership.

Tools to Build Collaboration: A Review of Innovative Tools from Biosphere Reserves Used to Engage Communities (Co-leader: Becky Pollock, Georgian Bay BR; and co-leader from UK)

Facilitating Collaboration and Consensus in Land Management Decisions: Facilitation Skills Training Workshop (Co-leaders: John Kindrachuk, Redberry Lake BR; Nora Manners, Waterton BR)

Ecosystem Services: Understanding the Concept and its Application in Landscape Management and Sustainable Development (Co-leader: Hélène Godmaire, Partnership Facilitator and co-leaders from France, Spain & Sweden)

Two post-event workshops were also held on themes developed in the partnership, as follows:

Sustainable Tourism Summit (1 day) (Co-leaders: Sarah Matheson, Frontenac Arch BR; Becky Pollock, Georgian Bay BR; Christian Hart, Lac St. Pierre BR; Andrea Killan, Long Point BR; and Megan de Graaf, Fundy BR)

Education for Sustainable Development (1.5 days) (Co-leaders: Geneviève Poirier-Ghys, Mont St. Hilaire, BR; and Marci Dewitt, Clayoquot Sound BR)

Two partnership participants were invited to a EuroMAB workshop for knowledge exchange and skill development in Sweden: Poirier-Ghys, G. (Mont. St. Hilaire) and Godmaire, H. 2012. A Workshop on Ecological Services. East Vättern Scarp Landscape BR, September 13-14, 2012.

Prof. M. Reed • School of Environment and Sustainability and Department of Geography and Planning • University of Saskatchewan • Room 328, Kirk Hall • 117 Science Place • Saskatoon, SK • Canada • S7N 5C8 • Email • Phone: (306) 966-5630 • Fax: (306) 966-2298