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Witnessing the Transformation of the Mi’kmaq Living Resources: The Colonization of the Minas Basin

This essay is a summary of the presentation held by local Fisherman and Ecosystem Holder, Darren Porter, who was invited in January by the Acadia Department of Sociology...

Have Hope for 2017

Sitting down at the dinner table with my family I faced an awkward conversation. It started with griping about the state of the world: America, Europe, crisis after...

Reefspiracy

In a satirical article in Outside Magazine entitled, “Obituary: Great Barrier...

Human Trash

On September 19, 2016, activist Rob Greenfield ceased throwing his garbage...

A Call for rEVOLUTION

Human beings (Homo sapiens) are a relatively young species compared to others...

Water Protection in Canada: Examining the Reactive Nature of Environmental Protection Legislation

My thesis is on the reactive nature of environmental protection legislation in...

Tidal Series: Can Tidal Energy Make Nova Scotia Green?

Briefly describe your background as it pertains to the study of tidal...

The First Acadia Environmental Film Festival a Success, Say Student Co-founders

This past November, Acadia students Robin Lawson and Raymond Wieser developed...