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Network in Canadian History and Environment (NiCHE) is a Canadian-based confederation of researchers and educators who study nature and humans in Canada's past.

Droughts, high prices, and scarcity of food affected New Granada in the first decade of nineteenth century.

Brisbane’s 1974 floods substantially damaged Brisbane, accelerating the government’s plans for a second flood mitigation dam.

Little-known information is presented on the efforts to set up eider farms in the USSR between 1930 and 1960.

This film recounts the formation and rise of Greenpeace as one of the world's most prominent environmentalist organizations.

In 1947, inhabitants of Yakutsk gained access to potable groundwater from below the permafrost layer for the first time.

Combating malaria through travel, diet, natural remedies, and architecture in early modern England.

In 1980, Modena was the first city in Italy to introduce a law recognizing social urban allotments.

"Understanding the human implications of climate change," the tagline of the Weather Matters hub, reveals it as a space for conversation among scholars and stakeholders concerned about climate change.

This film follows a young Liberian who returns to his post-war country with film footage which has the potential to push radical land reforms for sustainable community development.