United States of America
"Ray Rogers is a graduate of the Masters and the PhD programs in FES. His primary area of interest is the conservation of the natural world. Most of his work involves the analysis of current conservation strategies, as represented in resource management, sustainability, and Radical Environmentalism. His primary academic focus is community-based conservation and critiques of globalization. Ray teaches courses in Environmental Thought, Biological Conservation and Environment and Development. Prior to returning to university, Ray spent twelve years as a commercial fisherman in Nova Scotia. He has been active in forging links between the fisheries and environmental concerns for the last five years."
"Relationship between economics and the natural world focusing on critiques of conservation and development Application of social theory to the environmental crisis Cultural studies"
2004 “The why of the Hau: Scarcity, gifts, and environmentalism", Ecological Economics, with Peter Timmerman, Tim Leduc, and Mark Dickinson. (Vol. 51, No 3-4), pp. 177-189.
2009 “Including the Rogue Primate: The Perils of Integrating Natural and Social Systems”, Environments with Tim Leduc (Vol. 36, No. 2), pp. 20-37.