Melanie Zurba, PhD, MNRM, BSc.(Hon.)
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Supporting resurgent Indigenous-led governance: a nascent mechanism for just and effective conservation
K Artelle, M Zurba, J Bhattacharrya, DE Chan, K Brown, J Housty, F Moola
Biological Conservation 240, 2019
Worth a Thousand Words? Advantages, Challenges and Opportunities in Working with Photovoice as a Qualitative Research Method with Youth and their Families
RL Woodgate, M Zurba, P Tennent
Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung 18 (1), 2017
Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas (IPCAs), Aichi Target 11 and Canada’s Pathway to Target 1: Focusing Conservation on Reconciliation
M Zurba, K Beazley, E English, J Buchmann-Duck
Land 8 (1), 1-20, 2019
Building co-management as a process: Problem solving through partnerships in Aboriginal Country, Australia
M Zurba, H Ross, A Izurieta, P Rist, E Bock, F Berkes
Environmental management 49, 1130-1142, 2012
Caring for country through participatory art: creating a boundary object for communicating Indigenous knowledge and values
M Zurba, F Berkes
Local Environment 19 (8), 821-836, 2014
Amplifying Indigenous community participation in place-based research through boundary work
M Zurba, K Maclean, E Woodward, D Islam
Progress in Human Geography, 2018
Learning from knowledge co‑production research and practice in the twenty‑first century: global lessons and what they mean for collaborative research in Nunatsiavut
M Zurba, MA Petriello, C Madge, P McCarney, B Bishop, S McBeth, ...
Sustainability Science, 2021
Youth as the inheritors of collaboration: Crises and factors that influence participation of the next generation in natural resource management
M Zurba, M Trimble
Environmental Science & Policy 42, 78-87, 2014
“Awakening the sleeping giant”: re-Indigenization principles for transforming biodiversity conservation in Canada and beyond
M’sɨt No’kmaq, A Marshall, KF Beazley, J Hum, S Joudry, ...
Facets 6 (1), 839-869, 2021
Navigating ethical challenges in qualitative research with children and youth through sustaining mindful presence
R Woodgate, P Tennent, M Zurba
The International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 2017
First Nations and industry collaboration for forest governance in northwestern Ontario, Canada
M Zurba, A Diduck, J Sinclair
Forest Policy and Economics 69, 1-10, 2016
Understanding hope and what it means for the future of conservation
A Park, E Williams, M Zurba
Biological Conservation 244, 108507, 2020
"People try and label me as something I'm not": the social ecology of Indigenous people living with HIV, stigma, and discrimination in Manitoba, Canada
R Woodgate, M Zurba, P Tennent, C Cochrane, M Payne, J Mignone
Social Science & Medicine 194, 17-24, 2017
A Day in the Life of a Young Person with Anxiety: arts-based boundary objects used to communicate the results of health research
RL Woodgate, M Zurba, P Tennent
Forum Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research 18 (3), 17, 2017
Leveling the playing field: Fostering collaborative governance towards on‐going reconciliation
M Zurba
Environmental Policy and Governance 24 (2), 134-146, 2014
A qualitative study on the intersectional social determinants for Indigenous people who become infected with HIV in their youth
R Woodgate, M Zurba, P Tennent, C Cochrane, M Payne, J Mignone
International Journal for Equity in Health, 2017
Bioenergy development and the implications for the social wellbeing of Indigenous peoples in Canada
M Zurba, R Bullock
AMBIO, 2019
Bringing local synthesis into governance and management systems: the Girringun TUMRA case in Northern Queensland, Australia
M Zurba
Taylor & Francis Group 39 (4), 179-182, 2009
Indigenous Participation and the Incorporation of Indigenous Knowledge and Perspectives in Global Environmental Governance Forums: a Systematic Review
M Zurba, A Papadopoulos
Environmental Management, 2021
Open for bioenergy business? Perspectives from Indigenous business leaders on biomass development potential in Canada
R Bullock, M Zurba, JR Parkins, M Skudra
Energy Research & Social Science 64, 101446, 2020
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