Nature’s Past: Canadian Environmental History Podcast

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Nature's Past Episode 75: Uranium Mining at Elliot Lake Nature's Past: A Podcast of the Network in Canadian History and Environment

An interview about the history of uranium mining and its consequences on Serpent River First Nation territory.
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Nature’s Past is a Canadian environmental history podcast that features interviews, round-table discussions, and lectures about environmental history research in Canada. Since 2008, this podcast has covered a range of topics in the field including parks, animals, cities, climate change, industrialization, mining, and more.

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