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© Lora Denis
January 25, 2024–Corina Brdar
Campaigns and advocacy•Land-use planning•Reduce Your Footprint•Stewardship and restoration
Contaminated tailings pond, Elliot Lake © MrFussyFont CC BY 2.0
Ontario is in a mining boom due to the urgent need to wean ourselves off fossil fuels. A transition towards renewable – also known as green – energy is essential ...
January 18, 2024–Anna Bourgeois
Indigenous Relations•Land-use planning•Water
Early morning canoeing, Youth Summit, Lake Simcoe © Daynan Lepore
Lake Couchiching and its surrounding wetlands have long been cherished by residents and visitors alike. It is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, and a popular destination ...
January 1, 2024–Sarah Tsang
Water in Lake Ontario © Peter S
Clean drinking water is a basic human right and a cornerstone of health, development and prosperity. But behind the readily available water lies a tremendous effort to ensure its quality. ...
November 16, 2023–Ontario Nature Staff
Northern Ontario wetlands © Abby Lewis
For decades, Ontario Nature and many of our dedicated Nature Network groups have worked hard to celebrate the significant values of wetlands and advance wetland conservation across Ontario. We care ...
November 17, 2022–Sarah Hasenack
Campaigns and advocacy•Wetlands
Mitchell's Bay wetland, Chatham-Kent © Sue Thompson CC BY-ND 2.0
In a society where many people draw significant value from consumerism and the never-ending need to buy and own more things, perhaps the most radical decision we can make is ...
Cochrane area wildfire, 2023 © MNRF-AFFES