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Adapting Canadian Work and Workplaces to Respond to Climate Change (ACW)
Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change (EUC)
Global Labour Research Centre
Lives Outside the Lines: a Symposium in Honour of Marlene Kadar
SWORD Deposit
Work-Integrated Learning, Accessibility, Accommodation (WILAA)
  • Nature's Past Episode 010: Digital Technologies and Environmental History 

    Kheraj, Sean (Network in Canadian History and Environment, 2009-10-21)
    How have online digital technologies changed environmental history research, communication, and teaching? This episode of the podcast explores this question in the context of the recent NiCHE Digital Infrastructure API ...
  • Nature's Past Episode 009: Digital Technologies and Environmental History 

    Kheraj, Sean (Network in Canadian History and Environment, 2009-09-21)
    After our brief summer break, the podcast returns with an episode that looks at environmental history graduate studies in Canada. Last May, we recorded a round-table conversation with four environmental history graduate ...
  • Nature's Past Episode 008: Aboriginal People and Resource Conflicts in Canada 

    Kheraj, Sean (Network in Canadian History and Environment, 2009-07-14)
    The history of the resettlement of Canada by European peoples and the dispossession of Aboriginal people from their land was, in part, a struggle over natural resources. Since 1867, the federal and provincial governments ...
  • Nature's Past Episode 007: E-Waste and Obsolescence 

    Kheraj, Sean (Network in Canadian History and Environment, 2009-06-15)
    The problem of e-waste grows with each new mobile phone, music player, laptop computer or other type of consumer electronic device. Because many of these products are made with toxic substances, disposal is a major challenge. ...
  • Nature's Past Episode 006: Teaching Environmental History Special 

    Kheraj, Sean (Network in Canadian History and Environment, 2009-05-19)
    Teaching environmental history at the undergraduate level poses several challenges for instructors in this burgeoning subfield of history. As more and more universities add environmental history courses to their calendars, ...

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