- Neil S. Forkey, Canadians and the Natural Environment to the Twenty-First Century (U of T Press, 2012)
- Alan MacEachern and William Turkel, ed., Method & Meaning in Canadian Environmental History, (Nelson Education, 2009).
- David Duke, ed., Canadian environmental history: essential readings, (Canadian Scholars Press, 2006).
- Laurel Sefton MacDowell, An Environmental History of Canada (UBC Press, 2012).
- Ted Steinberg, Down to Earth: Nature's Role in American History, (Oxford University Press, 2002).
- J. Donald Hughes, What is Environmental History? (Polity Press, 2006).
- Stephen Mosley, The Environment in World History, (Routledge, 2010).
- Ramachandra Guha, Environmentalism: A Global History, (Longman, 2000).
- Donald Woster, Nature's Economy: a history of ecological ideas, (Cambridge, 1994).
Syllabi / Syllabus:
- Nature, Culture and the Canadian Environment. (pdf) Mark McLaughlin, History Department (UNB, 2012)
- The Impact of Europeans on the North American Environment. (pdf) Carolyn Podruchny, History Department (York University, 2010)
- Science, Environment and Society in the North. (pdf) Liza Piper, History (University of Alberta, 2008)
- Canadian Cultural Landscapes. (pdf) Claire Campbell, Canadian Studies (Dalhousie University 2008)
- Environmental History of North America (pdf) Sean Kheraj, History (University of British Columbia, 2008)
- North American Environmental History. (pdf) Colin Coates and Susan Gray. (York University and Arizona State University 2008)
- Specialized Historical Topics: Canadian Environmental History. (pdf) Bill Turkel. (University of Western Ontario - 2004).
Library and Archives Canada Image Search
-the image details page includes information on copyright and license holders.
McCord Museum Flickr Commons
-The British National Archive Flickr Commons collection also includes some photos from Canada.
You can often find some interesting images using a Google search. The advanced search option gives you more control and includes the option of searching for photos without copyright restrictions.
The photos included in Wikipedia articles are another great resourse, as most are licensed under Creative Commons. Click on an image in a Wikipedia article and it will provide more information and give you the opportunity to download a higher resolution image.
Finally, you can use the Creative Commons Search to find images and videos that you can legally re-post on websites and it provides the option to search Flickr, Google or the Wiki Commons.
Check with your local map librarian. As some of the best digital resources are sometimes behind paywalls, you should start by investigating the collection at your home institution.
The University of Toronto has a good online map collection and many of them are available to the public:
The David Rumsey Map Collection includes over 500 maps of Canada and many more of the United States and other parts of the world.
Also see: "Special Forum: Films Every Environmental Historian Should See" Environmental History (2007) 12(2): 280-293.