Heather Green is a PhD Candidate in environmental and indigenous history at the University of Alberta. Her dissertation, "Mining, Colonialism, and Environmental Change in the Klondike, 1890-1940," examines environmental and socioeconomic consequences of gold mining in the Klondike region of the Yukon from 1890-1940. She has published work on mining in the Arctic, coal in Alberta, and scientific motherhood in Western Canada. She is also currently working on projects focused on environmental regulation of coal in Alberta from 1947, and tourism and sport-hunting in the Yukon from 1920-1950. You can connect with her on twitter @heathergreen21.