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February 24, 2022–Anne Bell
Advocacy•Campaigns•Protected Places•Species at Risk•Stewardship and restoration
On June 2, 2022, Ontarians will head to the polls to elect our next provincial government. As citizens, we have a responsibility to ensure that nature conservation is a major ...
December 15, 2021–Jenna Cardoso
Climate Change•Ecology•Indigenous Relations•Ontario Nature•Stewardship and restoration•Wetlands
James Bay peatlands © Ray Ford
Ontario’s peatlands store the most carbon in the country – more than all the other natural ecosystems in Ontario combined – making these terrestrial wetland ecosystems an essential nature-based climate ...
November 18, 2021–Jenna Cardoso
Climate Change•Ecology•Ontario Nature•Stewardship and restoration
Catchacoma Lake © David Allan Barker CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
On November 2nd at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (known as COP26), over 100 world leaders, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pledged to end and reverse deforestation by 2030. ...
October 14, 2021–Jenna Cardoso
Climate Change•Environmental Education•Ontario Nature•Reduce Your Footprint•Stewardship and restoration
Waterspouts, Lake Erie © Mark K CC BY-SA 2.0
This blog is the second in our a series about nature-based solutions to climate change. Canada is warming twice as fast as the global rate, causing profound changes to our climate, health ...
October 6, 2021–Grant Linney
Climate Change•Guest Blogger•Ontario Nature
© BlueRidgeKitties CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
Late last month, I returned from six restorative days of canoeing in Killarney Provincial Park amidst fall colours, good weather and close friends. It reminded me of an Indigenous distinction ...
© Bill Lishman