SUMMERVILLE, Tracy




Author Tags: Environment

Tracy Summerville is associate professor of political science at the University of Northern British Columbia. With Jason R. Lacharite, assistant professor of political science at UNBC she co-edited The Campbell Revolution? Power, Politics, and Policy in British Columbia ( McGill-Queen's 2017), a collection of essays that assess the impact of Gordon Campbell's decade-long premiership of the province. Did Campbell revolutionize B.C. politics? Or did he merely ride a wave of change that had begun years before him?

Along with SFU's Michael Howlett and Melody Hessing of Douglas College, Tracy Summerville co-wrote Canadian Natural Resource and Environmental Policy, Second Edition (UBC Press, 2005).

BOOKS:

The Campbell Revolution? Power, Politics, and Policy in British Columbia ( McGill-Queen's 2017). Co-editor $32.95 978-0773551039

Canadian Natural Resource and Environmental Policy, Second Edition (UBC Press, 2005). Co-writer.

[BCBW 2017] "Environment"

Review of the author's work by BC Studies:
British Columbia Politics and Government