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July 9, 2021–Heléna Mauti
Farabout Peninsula, Eagle Lake/Migisi Sahgaigan © Anne Bell
Across Turtle Island (what is currently known as North America), Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas (IPCAs) are rightfully being recognized as a solution to climate change and biodiversity loss, while ...
April 28, 2021–Ron Corkum
Medway Valley, London, Ontario © Denis Giles CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
Climate change poses a serious challenge to human society. The root cause is human actions. The global carbon balance has been shifted through the extraction and combustion of fossil fuels, ...
January 21, 2021–Anne Bell
Wabakimi Provincial Park © Kieran McMullen
Since 2010, protected areas advocates have focused on the United Nations target of protecting at least 17 percent of our lands and inland waters, and 10 percent of our marine ...
April 12, 2019–Guest blogger
Our blog this week was originally published by Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. For a very long time, mainstream Canadians were unaware of the horrors and conditions that 150,000 Indigenous children ...
December 5, 2018–Ontario Nature Staff
The three-day gathering was hosted by Ontario Nature, Plenty Canada, Walpole Island Land Trust and the Indigenous Environmental Studies and Sciences program at Trent University from May 28 to 30 2018. ...