Cumulative cultural effects and reasonably foreseeable future developments in the Upper Thelon Basin, Canada

@inproceedings{Ehrlich2010CumulativeCE,
  title={Cumulative cultural effects and reasonably foreseeable future developments in the Upper Thelon Basin, Canada},
  author={Alan Ehrlich},
  year={2010}
}
Four environmental assessments of small uranium exploration projects in Canada’s Northwest Territories resulted in recommendations to reject the projects. This result was based on potential cultural impacts of a cumulative nature, due largely to the spiritual significance of the setting in which the projects were proposed. A broad weighing of evidence with respect to reasonably foreseeable future developments played a role in these rejections. Four lessons of broad applicability to EIA… CONTINUE READING

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