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#ICYMI Last July, Springer Nature abruptly cancelled the publication of CICADA collaborator Catherine Nolin and Grahame Russell’s book “Canadian Mining in the Aftermath of Genocides in Guatemala”, which had been accepted and gone through peer review.
Catherine Nolin and Grahame Russell continue to make their voices heard and to publicly denounce Springer Nature’s decision, allegedly taken out of fear of being sued for defamation by a third party.
Read or listen to their recent interviews to learn more about the issue:
In case you missed the article we shared on the topic last November: bit.ly/3bChrBy
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The webinar on Rolling back social and environmental safeguards in the name of COVID-19 begins in an hour! ⏰
Register here ➡ bit.ly/2LCowcw
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[2/2] Want to learn more about the work of CICADA collaborator Janelle Baker with Bigstone Cree Nation on sakâwiyiniwak (Northern Bush Cree) experiences with wild food contamination in Alberta’s oil sands region?
🔈 Listen to the podcast “Berry Patches, Bears & Oil Sands in the Boreal Forest with Dr. Janelle Baker”: bit.ly/37mpOQl
📰 Read this CBC article on environmental monitoring partnerships between university-based scientists and Bigstone Cree Nation: bit.ly/3disG4H ... See MoreSee Less