Pipelines--Law and legislation; Oil sands--Law and legislation; Environmental justice; Indigenous peoples--Legal status; laws; etc.; Geography (Network analysis); Canada; Faculty Research Seminar Series
Osgoode Hall Law School Professor Dayna Scott employs the concept of "networked infrastructures" drawn from the literature in critical geography to reveal the environmental justice implications of the coast-to-coast crude oil network that is currently being contemplated in Canada. Her talk was delivered on January 30, 2013 as part of the Osgoode Faculty Research Seminar Series.
Scott, Dayna Nadine, "Fossil Capitalism & the Implications of the New Pipeline Proposals for Environmental Justice in Canada" (2013). Faculty Research Seminar Series. 2.