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December 9, 2021–Graeme Smith
Boreal Forest•Climate Change•Ecology•Habitat•Land-use planning
On the heels of the recent 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) and Canada’s commitments to natural climate solutions and ending deforestation, it is imperative to take a critical ...
September 30, 2020–Noah Cole
Studying under a willow © Garry Knight CC BY 2.0
The Autumn 2020 school semester has begun in the province of Ontario. Academic institutions are extending in-class and online learning opportunities and educators and students alike can greatly benefit from ...
February 7, 2019–Anne Bell
Bobolink, Oak Ridges Moraine © Noah Cole
More than 350 species of birds rely on the forests, wetlands, grasslands and farmlands of the Greenbelt during their life cycle. In the not too distant future, however, watching and listening ...
October 20, 2016–Noah Cole
Monarch butterfly, Malcolm Bluff Shores Nature Reservwe © Noah Cole
Part 3 of a 3 part blog series about the Province’s failure to uphold strong protections for our most vulnerable plants and animals. When we celebrated the passing of Ontario’s ...
October 11, 2016–Anne Bell
Spiny softshell turtle © Scott Gillingwater
Part 2 of a 3 part blog series about the Province’s failure to uphold strong protections for our most vulnerable plants and animals. What moves more slowly than a turtle? ...