|Author:||Ian T. Urquhart|
|Title:||Assault on the Rockies: Environmental Controversies in Alberta|
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|Category:||Nature and Ecology|
|Publisher:||Rowan Books (December 1998)|
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Public controversies have often emerged when environmental issues delay or cancel projects that developers claim will boost economic growth and create new jobs. The money funded programs to develop long-range economic planning, promote jobs with minimum impact on the environment, and protect the wildlife and ecosystems of the region’s barrier islands and coastal marshes.
Especially north of Fort McMurray, where the boreal forest has been razed and bitumen is mined from the ground in immense open pits, the blot on the landscape is incomparable. If Alberta, with its population of four million people, was a country it would be the fifth largest oil producing nation. While it produces conventional oil, most comes from the Alberta oil sands, the world’s third largest proven oil reserve at 170 billion barrels. The local and national Canadian governments are.
Located on the most famous loch in Scotland, Urquhart castle is sometimes called the Loch Ness Castle as it might be easier to remember. The ruins date from the 13th century to the 16th century, but there were earlier medieval fortifications on the site. Through the centuries the stronghold of Urquhart has played a significant part in the Scottish history and inspired poets and artists. It is located at 2/3 of the Loch Ness towards the North on a headland. The Loch Ness is of course famous for its monster Nessie.