Music to my ears" 'Cause though the truth may vary, this ship will carry our bodies safe to shore." - Of Monsters & Men, "Little Talks"
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Tag Archives: Natural Resources
All weekend in Alberta the news covered the provincial and federal Environment Ministers toured new pollution monitoring stations in the Oil/Tar Sands. It reminded me of the consistent sense of deja vu that comes with studying the early environmental movement in Alberta and and of a recent presentation I gave at the Directions West conference at the University of Alberta. Below is a portion of that presentation about pollution monitoring, court cases, and environmentalism in Alberta in the 1970s. Continue reading
The Gateway Pipelines public hearings have landed in Edmonton and the proceedings will probably get less press than the hearings with Aboriginal communities in British Columbia. Most communities along the proposed pipeline routes (Gateway and Keystone) have the opportunity to … Continue reading
Beeches, Beaches, Lobster, and mussels
Total Anne Count: 6 – honestly thought there would be more Anne… Continue reading
Environmental historians like fish. NiCHE could create an extensive bibliography of fish related books and articles. What is this obsession amongst environmental historians with fish (and the water they live in)? Here is what I’ve come up with to explain … Continue reading