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Dr. Bradshaw's research interests are in environmental governance, environmental economic geography and resource management.
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Dr. Bradshaw's research interests are in environmental governance, environmental economic geography and resource management.
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Ben Bradshaw |
University of Guelph
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Dr. Bradshaw's area of expertise is environmental governance as undertaken in a variety of sectors including agriculture, mining and forestry. His interest in and knowledge of genomics is centered on the development, permitting and uptake of biotechnologies in agriculture. His research broadly focuses on environmental governance with applications in mining, agriculture and forestry. With respect to genomics, his research expertise is applicable in two ways: 1) multi-criteria evaluation of biotechnology permitting; and 2) farm-level (production) decision-making.

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Dr. Bradshaw is an Associate Professor of Geography at the University of Guelph. He is also treasurer to the Canadian Association of Geographer's Environment and Resources Study Group, and is a consultant to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, the Canadian Biotechnology Advisory Council, Statistics Canada, and the private sector.

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Knowler, D. and Bradshaw, B. Farmersí adoption of conservation agriculture: A review and synthesis of recent research, Food Policy. 2007. 32(1):25-48.
Belliveau, S., Bradshaw, B., Smit, B., Reid, S., Ramsey, D., Tarleton, M. and Sawyer, B. Farm-Level Adaptation to Multiple Risks: Climate Change and other Concerns, Department of Geography Occasional Paper #27, University of Guelph. 2006. (ISBN 0-88955-558-3).
Bradshaw, B. Plus c'est la mÍme chose? Questioning crop diversification as a response to agricultural deregulation in Saskatchewan, Canada. Journal of Rural Studies. 2004. 20(1): 35-48
Bradshaw, B. A Review of Multi-Criteria Evaluation Techniques Suitable to the Needs of the Canadian Biotechnology Advisory Councilís Genetically Modified Food and Feed ĎAcceptability Spectrumí. A Discussion Paper prepared for the Canadian Biotechnology Advisory Council, Ottawa. 2002.
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Social impact studies and policy development
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