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How Deep is the Pit? Economic Externalities, Cultural Sustainability and the Environment in Contemporary Nova Scotian Mining Fiction
Mining has been a central industry in Pictou County and Cape Breton in Nova Scotia for hundreds of years, but though it has economic benefits, it also has significant social and environmental damages. These negative ...
Talking Trees-Sustainable Narratives of the Logging and Forestry Industries in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick and their Relationships with Mi'kmaq Peoples
Historically, the Indigenous peoples living in Mi’kma’ki have shared intimate ties to the natural environment, and more specifically trees. This region, now more commonly known as Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, is home to ...