What are the two most valuable lessons from cultural isolation during the Edo period and rapid adaptation during the Meiji period for current Canadian policy makers on foreign and domestic issues?
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Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development
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This website contains information from the Pembina Institute, an independent not-for-profit environmental policy research and education organization based in Alberta. Areas of research include energy, climate change, sustainability and environmental issues.
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This website contains information about the David Suzuki Foundation which works through science and education in such areas as solving global warming, protecting human health, conserving our oceans, promoting global conservation and building a sustainable economy.
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the ethno-cultural composition of Canadian
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