Robrecht Declercq and Duncan Money, editors of the recent book Born With a Copper Spoon, explore the past and future relationship between mining technologies and the environment.
Tagged: Natural Resources
As the once flowing Agua Fria river runs dry, Rachel Howard discusses how Arizona communities are living with climate change.
Minnesota state agencies have a history of seeing the landscape with an eye toward extraction, writes Andrew Hoyt, ignoring water resources and Indigenous sovereignty in favor of risky mining.
A visual history by Daniel Macfarlane digs into the archives to document how Niagara Falls was remade for energy, tourists, and profit.
A development practitioner and anthropologist explores the promises and realities of water development projects in Kathmandu, Nepal, where luxury hotels have pools while poor city residents struggle to find clean water sources.
An ecologically diverse nature reserve in Wisconsin’s famed Driftless Area thrives today because of state, tribal, and local collaboration.
Despite changing political contexts, mining continues to define culture and landscapes in Bolivia.