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© Lora Denis
February 6, 2020–Ontario Nature Staff
Climate Change•Open letters
Emissions © Dylan Passmore
February 6th, 2020 Dear Member of Parliament, Last year, Canada brought in a national carbon price, to make sure polluters have to pay for harming our climate. This includes a ...
March 13, 2019–Ontario Nature Staff
Climate Change•Reduce Your Footprint
Our planet’s natural environment is under unprecedented stress. The good news is that you can help restore a healthy planet by reducing your environmental footprint, and we’re here to help ...
January 31, 2019–Guest blogger
Nature Network•Stewardship and restoration
© Junction Creek Stewardship Committee
Cleaning up garbage is nothing new to the staff and volunteers of the Junction Creek Stewardship Committee. With over 19 years of active restoration, research, education and awareness, the committee ...
December 12, 2018–Chloé Woods
ON Nature Magazine
Toronto skyline © Toronto Zoo
The term “pollution” does not make many people think of artificial light, but it should. The convenience of 24-hour light comes at a heavy cost to humans and wildlife alike. ...
June 4, 2018–Ontario Nature Staff
Toronto shoreline pollution © Duncan Rawlinson CC BY-NC 2.0
In Canada, nearly 90 per cent of plastics end up incinerated, or in our landfills, lakes, parks and oceans. Once in the environment, they contaminate ecosystems, kill wildlife, and leach ...
Wolf Lake © Ryan Mariotti