Publications

NEW

Best Practices in Environmental Assessment: Case Studies and Application to Mining, by Lauren Arnold and Kevin Hanna. A Report for the Canadian International Resources and Development Institute

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Books

Hanna, Kevin S. (Ed.) 2016. Environmental Impact Assessment, Practice and Participation, Oxford University Press, Oxford and Toronto. Third Edition

Bullock, Ryan and Kevin Hanna, 2012. Community Forestry: Local Values, Conflict and Forest Governance, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. 

Hanna, Kevin, D. Scott Slocombe and Douglas Clark (Eds.) 2008. Transforming Parks and Protected Areas: Policy and Governance in Changing World. Routledge/Taylor and Francis, Abingdon, UK.

Hanna, Kevin and D. Scott Slocombe (Eds.) 2007. Integrated Resource and Environmental Management: Concepts and Practice. Oxford University Press, Oxford and Toronto.

Journal Articles

Noble, B.N. and K.S. Hanna. 2015. Environmental assessment in the Arctic: A gap analysis and research agenda, Arctic, 68(3):341-355.

Hanna, K.S. and B.N. Noble. 2015. Using a Delphi study to identify effectiveness criteria for environmental assessment, Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, 33(2):116-125.

Webber, S.M and K.S. Hanna. 2014. Sustainability and suburban housing in the Toronto region: the case of the Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan. Journal of Urbanism, 7(3):245-260 .

Hanna, Kevin and Bram Noble. 2012. The Canadian Environmental Assessment Registry: Promise and reality (Das kanadische UVP-Dokumentationssystem: Anspruch und Wirklichkeit) UVP-report, 25(4): 222-225.

Hanna, Kevin, Ismo Pölönen and Kaisa Raitio. 2011. A potential role for EIA in Finnish forest planning: learning from experiences in Ontario, Canada. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, 29(2): 99-108.

Hanna, Kevin and Steven Webber. 2010. Incremental planning and land-use conflict in the Toronto region's Oak Ridges Moraine. Local Environment, 15(2):169-183.

Ling, C., K. Hanna and A. Dale. 2009. A template for integrated community sustainability planning, Environmental Management, 44(2):228-242.

Bullock, R., K.S. Hanna and S. Slocombe. 2009. Learning from community forestry experience: Challenges and lessons from British Columbia, Forestry Chronicle, 85(2):293-304.

Hanna, K., Ann Dale and Chris Ling. 2009. Social capital and quality of place: Reflections on growth and change in a small town, Local Environment, 14(1) 31-44.

Bullock, R., and K.S. Hanna. 2008. Community forests: Mitigating or creating conflict in British Columbia forest management, Society and Natural Resources, 21:77-85.

Hanna, K.S., Steven Webber and D.Scott Slocombe, 2007. Integrated ecological and regional planning in a rapid growth setting, Environmental Management, 40(3):339-348.

Hanna, K.S. 2005. Planning for sustainability, two contrasting communities. Journal of the American Planning Association, 71(1):27-40.

Hanna, K.S. and M. Walton-Roberts, M. 2004. Quality of place and the rescaling of urban governance: The case of Toronto. Journal of Canadian Studies. 38(3):37-67.

Hanna, K.S. 2000. The paradox of participation and the hidden role of information, Journal of the American Planning Association, 66(4):398-410.

Hanna, K.S. 1999. Integrated resource management in the Fraser River Estuary: Stakeholder perceptions of the state of the estuary and policy influence, Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 54(2): 490-498.


Hanna, K.S.1997. Regulation and land use conservation: A case study of the British Columbia Agricultural Land Reserve, Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 52(3):166-170.


Book Chapters (in works edited by others)


Hanna, K.S. 2015. The Enduring importance of Canada's Forest Sector. In Bruce Mitchell (Ed.), Resource and Environmental Management in Canada (5th Edition), Oxford University Press, Toronto.

Hanna K.S. and D.S. Slocombe. 2012. Integrated Approaches in Regional Planning Contexts. In Dushenko, W., Robinson P., and Dale A. (Eds.) Urban Sustainability: Reconciling Space and Place. UBC Press, Vancouver.

Hanna K.S. and D. Noble. 2010. Planning for Agriculture in Rapid Growth Settings: British Columbia's Agricultural Land Reserve, in Beesley, K.B. (Ed.) The Rural-Urban Fringe in Canada: Conflict and Controversy.  Brandon: Rural Development Institute, Brandon University

Hanna, Kevin. 2009. Transition and the Need for Innovation in Canada's Forest Sector. In Bruce Mitchell (Ed.), Resource and Environmental Management in Canada (4th Edition), Oxford University Press, Toronto.

Hanna, Kevin. 2006. Canadian cities and the sustainability imperative. In Trudi Bunting and Pierre Filion (Eds.), Canadian Cities in Transition. Oxford University Press, Toronto.

Hanna, Kevin. 2005. Reforming Forest Tenure (Guest Essay), In Mitchell, B. and P. Environmental Change and Challenge: A Canadian Perspective. Oxford University Press, Toronto.

Hanna K. 2002. in Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Change, R E Munn (Ed.), P. Timmerman, M. Tolba  (Eds. Vols. 4 and 5), J. Wiley and Sons, Chichester. Contributions: Definitions of UNCED; benefit cost analysis; and "the common but differentiated responsibility principle" (Vols. 4 and 5); Essay: Eco Taxes (Vol. 4); Biographies: Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Malthus, John Muir, and Francis of Assisi (Vol. 5).

Extension articles

Hanna, K.S. and Bram Noble. 2012. The Canadian Environmental Assessment Registry: Promise and Reality (Das kanadische UVP Dokumentationssystem: Anspruch und Wirklichkeit) UVP report, 25(4): 222 225.(in English with a German abstract)

Hanna, K.S. and Bram Noble. 2011. A Brief to House of Commons Committee on the Environment and Sustainable Development on the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (CEA Act). (in English and French)  (reprinted by CEAR in 2016).   

Hanna, K. 2009 edition. Reforming Forest Tenure (guest essay), In Mitchell, B. and P.  Environmental Change and Challenge: A Canadian Perspective. Oxford University Press, Toronto.

Hanna, K. and Ann Dale. Social Capital: A Planner's Primer, Plan Canada, Winter 2008, 44(8):36-39.

Hanna, Kevin S. Successful downtowns: experiences from Vancouver Island, Plan Canada, March 2007, 47(1):36-39