Leith Deacon, PhD, RPP, MCIP
TitleCited byYear
Speaking for ourselves: Environmental justice in Canada
J Agyeman, P Cole, R Haluza-DeLay, P O'Riley
UBC Press, 2010
1082010
No opportunity to say no: a case study of procedural environmental injustice in Canada
L Deacon, J Baxter
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 56 (5), 607-623, 2013
142013
The changing nature of mining towns: Reflections from Australia, Canada and South Africa
L Marais, FH McKenzie, L Deacon, E Nel, D van Rooyen, J Cloete
Land use policy 76, 779-788, 2018
112018
Resiliency and resource-based communities: a Canadian case study
L Deacon, T Lamanes
Sustainable Development and Planning 7, 713-724, 2015
92015
Framing Environmental Inequity in Canada: a content analysis of daily print news media
L Deacon, L Baxter
Speaking For Ourselves: Environmental Justice in Canada, 163-180, 2009
82009
Mapping institutional work as a method for local strategy; learning from boom/bust dynamics in the Canadian west
K Van Assche, M Gruezmacher, L Deacon
Journal of Environmental Planning & Management, 2018
72018
Boom & Bust. Local strategy for big events. A community survival guide to turbulent times
K Van Assche, L Deacon, M Gruezmacher, R Summers, S Lavoie, ...
Groningen/Edmonton, Alberta: InPlanning and University of Alberta, Faculty …, 2017
62017
Environmental justice: An exploratory snapshot through the lens of Canada's mainstream news media
L Deacon, J Baxter, M Buzzelli
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 59 (4), 419-432, 2015
52015
Fort McMurray and the Canadian oil sands: Local coverage of national importance
JW Papineau, L Deacon
Environmental Communication 11 (5), 593-608, 2017
42017
Environmental Justice in Canada: A Media and Case-study Analysis
L Deacon
The University of Western Ontario, 2010
42010
Speculation, planning, and resilience: Case studies from resource-based communities in Western Canada
L Deacon, K Van Assche, J Papineau, M Gruezmacher
Futures 104, 37-46, 2018
32018
Transiency, fly-in-fly-out workers, and sustainability: perceptions from within a resource-based community
L Deacon, JW Papineau, T Lamanes
WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment 226, 95-105, 2017
32017
Land use tools for tempering boom and bust: Strategy and capacity building in governance
K Van Assche, M Gruezmacher, L Deacon
Land Use Policy, 103994, 2019
22019
Boom & Bust – Local strategy for big events
K Van Assche, L Deacon, M Gruezmacher, J Summers, Robert, S Lavoie, ...
In Planning, 2017
22017
Boom & Bust: Managing Ups and Downs in Communities - A Guide
K VanAssche, L Deacon, M Gruezmacher, R Summers, S Lavoie, K Jones, ...
University of Alberta, 2016
22016
Supporting social sustainability in resource‐based communities through leisure and recreation
T Lamanes, L Deacon
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien, 2018
12018
Taming the boom and the bust? Land use tools for mitigating ups and downs in communities
K Van Assche, M Gruezmacher, L Deacon
Land Use Policy, 104058, 2019
2019
Analytical framework for community resilience:A case study of Devon, Alberta
N Jahan, L Deacon
Western Geographer 23, 36-56, 2018
2018
Boom/Bust: A real introduction
K Van Assche, L Deacon, M Gruezmacher, RJ Summers, S Lavoie, ...
2017
Oil Literacy: The Canadian Oil/Tar Sands Debate, Media Literacy, and Politics
C Davidsen, L Deacon, L Kipp
Pearson Publishing, 2013
2013
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