A Question of Power: Hydro-Quebec and the Great Whale Controversy a 35 Minute Video for in-Class Use

Teaching Business Ethics 1 (1):97-106 (1997)
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A very large hydroelectric generating project has been proposed for the northern regions of Quebec. Numerous benefits will be derived from this project: inexpensive power, reduced pollution, and improved quality of life. The native peoples living in the region object strongly, however, and claim that the project will destroy their culture. A 35-minute video describes this conflict and challenges students to make the “build/don't build” decision.

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Introduction to Education Materials.Bruce Macfarlane - 2004 - Journal of Business Ethics Education 1 (1):87-89.

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