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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 ...
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 ...
September 17, 2021–Jenna Cardoso
Climate Change•Ecology•Ontario Nature•Stewardship and restoration
© Kati Bruch
This blog is the first 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 ...
August 19, 2021–Jakob Mueller
Climate Change•Habitat•Land-use planning•Reduce Your Footprint•Wetlands
Mer Bleue © Joe CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
In Ottawa, municipal politicians are backing a project that would build a multi-lane artery across a section of the city’s Greenbelt, fragmenting habitat and impacting the edge of a wetland ...
October 31, 2016–Ontario Nature Staff
ON Nature Magazine
Wetlands are often misunderstood because we usually think of them as a “swamp,” often in movies it is where the bodies are found. At one time everything was a “swamp,” ...
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