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Entries for April 2020

Animals take to the streets

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Animals take to the streets
(April 21, 2020)   -   The recent increase in wildlife sightings in our cities and waterways during the COVID-19 pandemic has been a ray of light, but is a far cry from wildlife recovery. These signs of resurgence will be temporary, unless we can take this opportunity to change our approach to the natural world.

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Northern Inspiration: Bringing science and youth together in the Moose Cree Homeland

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Northern Inspiration: Bringing science and youth together in the Moose Cree Homeland
(April 14, 2020) By Claire FarrellYouth voices around the world are calling loudly for action on climate change and biodiversity loss, including voices from Indigenous youth such as Autumn Peltier and international voices like Greta Thunberg.  But this urgency really became tangible for me as I travelled north to Moose Factory on the edge of James Bay over winter roads that were quickly becoming impassable. Conditions on winter roads (ice roads) connecting far north communities are particularly poor this y...

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