The fourth installment of History Professor Sean Kheraj’s audio podcast series “Histories of Canadian Environmental Issues” is now available on the Network in Canadian History & Environment (NiCHE) website. This episode is the second of two that examine the history of the environmental movement in Canada.
On this episode, Sean speaks with a group of leading environmental historians, including Jonathan Clapperton, Frank Zelko, Ryan O'Connor, and Mark McLaughlin about the origins of the movement and its transformations since the end of the Second World War.
To listen to the episode, visit: http://niche-canada.org/node/10570
- Climate Change;
- Aboriginal Peoples, Health, and Environment;
- The Canadian Environmental Movement, Parts 1 & 2;
- Food and Agriculture; and,
- Tar Sands.
Each episode includes conversations with historians who explore different aspects of these issues in past contexts. Round–table and panel discussions, and interviews will be featured to cover each of these complicated and important environmental issues.