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Natural Resources
This sub-section looks at management of forests, water and fossil fuels and exploitation of forests, mines and salmon. It also considers energy consumption.
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Battle for the Trees
1993, production : John Edginton
Two different viewpoints on reforestation following a clear...
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The Forest in Crisis
1981, production : Susan Murgatroyd
The practice of clear-cutting has evolved over time with...
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Design Innovations for Canadian Settlements
1976, production : Bruce Mackay
Solar panels are commonly used to respond to energy demands...
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The Great Clean-up
1976, production : James Carney
The five Great Lakes are the world's largest source of fresh...
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Did you know?
In 1497, Newfoundland cod was so plentiful that sailors could scoop them up with buckets. By 1993, a ban was enacted that put 30,000 Newfoundlanders out of work. Since 1997, limited cod fishing was re-established off the south coast.