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February 21, 2023–Noah Cole
A warm and welcoming space, with facilitators, where people concerned about climate crisis and related issues share feelings and thoughts. By Carbon Conversations TO About this event 1 hour 30 ...
August 11, 2022–Zachary Pothier
Conservation Authorities•Conservation News•Greenbelt and Greenway•Protected Places
Laurel Creek Conservation Area © Carl Hiebert / Grand River Conservation Authority
In southern Ontario, municipalities and Conservation Authorities (CAs) play an essential role in conserving natural areas and greenspace, vital in conserving biodiversity and enhancing climate change resilience. Largely unrecognized, however, ...
March 3, 2022–Kat Lucas
Conservation Authorities•Guest Blogger•Stewardship and restoration•Water•Wild Species
What’s black and white and red all over? OK, maybe just red on its sides?The redside dace (Clinostomus elongatus)! The redside dace is one of approximately 150 species of fish ...
March 31, 2021–Rebecca Clarke
Campaigns•Climate Change•Guest Blogger•Reduce Your Footprint•Youth
Global Climate Strike - Toronto, 9-27-2019 © Noah Cole
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has recommended that warming be limited to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels to prevent the irreversible effects of climate change. The science suggests ...
October 22, 2020–Melina Damian
Greenbelt and Greenway•Habitat•Land-use planning•Ontario Nature•Protected Places
Trinity Bellwoods Park © Amber Dawn Pullin CC BY-ND 2.0
Trees in and around urban areas maintain healthy communities. Trees not only provide the oxygen we breathe, they also play a vital role in climate change mitigation and adaptation, air ...