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Results (17)

Armstrong, Chelsey Geralda, and Christie Brown. “Frontiers are Frontlines: Ethnobiological Science Against Ongoing Colonialism,” Journal of Ethnobiology 1, no. 39 (2019): 14-31.

Journal Articles anthropology colonialism environmental studies Indigenous pipelines

Audette-Longo, Patricia H. “Prayers on the Record: Mobilizing Indigenous Futures and Discourses of Spirituality in Canada’s Pipeline Hearings,” Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities 2-3, no. 4 (2017): 66-93, https://doi.org/10.5250/resilience.4.2-3.0066.

Journal Articles energy Indigenous pipelines

Beattie, Hillary A. “‘What About the Salmon?’ A Critical Analysis of the Pacific Northwest LNG Project in British Columbia,” Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development 2, no. 10 (2017): 85–99.

Journal Articles economics/business energy environmental studies Indigenous pipelines

Blais-Morin, Madeleine. Dossier Trans Mountain: Ottawa Hausse le Ton. Montréal, QC: Société Radio-Canada, (2018) https://curio.ca/fr/video/dossier-trans-mountain-ottawa-hausse-le-ton-17622/.

Audiovisual Materials environmental studies pipelines political science

Bowles, Paul, and Henry Veltmeyer. The Answer Is Still No: Voices of Pipeline Resistance. Winnipeg: Fernwood Publishing, 2014. 156 pp.

Books and Chapters in Books energy environmental studies Indigenous pipelines political science

Chang, Stephanie E., Jeremy Stone, Kyle Demes, and Marina Pscitelli. “Consequences of Oil Spills: A Review and Framework for Information Planning,” Ecology and Society 2, no. 19 (2014):

Journal Articles environmental studies pipelines

Elbein, Saul. “Fantasy Island,” Foreign Policy 227 (2017): 32–39.

Journal Articles energy Indigenous pipelines

Gunton, Cameron. “Evaluating British Columbia's Economic Policies for Liquefied Natural Gas Development.” MRM. Simon Fraser University, 2018.

Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects economics/business energy pipelines

Kopecky, Arno. The Oil Man and the Sea: Navigating the Northern Gateway.. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 2013. 256 pp. 9781771001076 (pbk) 9781771001083 (ebook).

Books and Chapters in Books pipelines

Krzyzanowski, J. “Environmental Pathways of Potential Impacts to Human Health from Oil and Gas Development in Northeast British Columbia, Canada,” Environmental Reviews 2, no. 20 (2012): 122-34.

Journal Articles environmental studies health sciences pipelines


Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects anthropology climate change Indigenous pipelines

Le Billon, Philippe, and Ryan Vandecasteyen. “(Dis)Connecting Alberta's Tar Sands and British Columbia's North Coast,” Studies in Political Economy no. 91 (2013): 35-57.

Journal Articles economics/business Indigenous pipelines political science

Neubauer, Robert, and Shane Gunster. “Enemies at the Gateway: Regional Populist Discourse and the Fight Against Oil Pipelines on Canada's West Coast,” Frontiers in Communication 4 (2019): 43479, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2019.10975310.3389/fcomm.2019.00061.

Journal Articles Indigenous pipelines political science

Raeside, Adrian. The Best of Adrian Raeside: A Treasury of BC Cartoons. Madeira Park, BC: Harbour Publishing, 2014. 192 pp.

Books and Chapters in Books memoir pipelines

Veeraraghavan, Lee. “Dirty Ears: Hearing and Hearings in the Canadian Liberal Settler Colony.” PhD. University of Pennsylvania, 2017.

Theses Dissertations and Graduate Projects Indigenous pipelines sound works

White, Graham. “Where the Rivers Meet: Pipelines, Participatory Resource Management and Aboriginal-State Relations in the Northwest Territories,” The Review of Policy Research 2, no. 34 (2017): 301-303.

Journal Articles environmental studies Indigenous pipelines

Wood, Patricia Burke, and David A. Rossiter. “The Politics of Refusal: Aboriginal Sovereignty and the Northern Gateway Pipeline,” Canadian Geographer 2, no. 61 (2017): 165-177.

Journal Articles pipelines