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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
In depth on indigenous rights in the tar sands
An illuminating Q&A with Indigenous Environmental Network activist Clayton Thomas-Muller sheds light on aboriginal rights in Canada's tar sands.
Mapping critical politics: a land use expert talks tar sands
Veteran land use planner Petr Cizek shares how and why he helps make maps that show the true scale of Canada's advancing tar sands development.
How things work: Canada’s oil sands
Huge tracts of remote forested land are strip-mined to obtain a thick crude oil called bitumen from Canada's oil sands.
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