Here's an excerpt from a research paper on the Peel Watershed done at the University of Saskatchewan
"We argue that the Yukon Government failed to effectively reconcile different perspectives and values through the decision-making process."
"Using an analytical framework from the policy sciences, we contend that it is not the polarizing nature of these perspectives that has caused land use planning for the Peel region to break down; rather, it is a broken decision-making process that to date has failed to secure the common interest. This failure has left many of those involved in the Peel region’s land use plan with the perception that their voices are no longer being heard in this process."
The entire paper is here: http://journals.sfu.ca/nr/index.php/nr/article/view/278/265
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