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Appalachian waterfalls

This has been one of my favorite piano pieces to play since high school. The cascading notes throughout the piece have always reminded me of the waterfalls that you are about to see in the following photos (below the break). 1,608 more words

Ecology

Groundings on the East Coast - My Trip to PowerShift Atlantic

Article originally published here.

From March 28 to April 2nd, I was in K’jipuktuk/Halifax to both attend PowerShift Atlantic and meet local organizations in preparation to… 443 more words

Race
Seminoles to Protest FPL Power Plant on Earth Day

By Fire Ant Wed., Apr. 16 2014 at 7:45 AM

Under the banner of environmental preservation and with leading participation by the… 527 more words

Environment

From the Archives – It's Dave for the North on July the Fourth

Dissertation writing can be a lonely business. From time to time, I’ll upload and comment on some of my favourite finds from the NWT Arctives, Yukon Archives, and Library and Archives Canada.  388 more words

Northwest Territories

Interview with Lucy Claridge on Increasing Access to Justice for Minorities

Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of interviewing the Head of Law at Minority Rights Group: Lucy Claridge. Lucy oversees the legal cases program and focuses on strategic litigation to promote the rights of minorities and indigenous groups all over the world. 1,314 more words

Interviews

Celebrate Earth Day this Year by Joining One of the Largest Environmental Battles Taking Place in Florida Today

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Tell Hendry County Commissioners and FPL/NextEra to stop their plans of building a massive fossil fuel power plant in the Everglades. 377 more words
Environment

The Oral History Project

The Oral History Project is designed to aid Native American communities in creating oral histories and an oral history archive.  The idea is to channel resources to the community, such as funding, equipment, and/or training, but leave control of the project in the hands of community members.   115 more words

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