Cross-appointed to the Department of Geography, Olive's research interests include biodiversity and conservation policy in Canada and the United States, hydraulic fracturing in the North American grasslands, and civil society and environmentalism. She is the author of two books, Land, Stewardship and Legitimacy (UTP, 2014) and The Canadian Environment in Political Context (UTP, 2016), as well as a forthcoming co-edited book Transboundary Governance Across the World's Longest Border (MSUP, 2018).
Ph.D. Purdue University
M.A. Dalhousie Univeristy
B.A. University of Calgary
Environmental policy, environmental justice, and conservation policy