Climate change

Antagonistic, synergistic and direct effects of land use and climate on Prairie wetland ecosystems: Ghosts of the past or present?

Mantyka-Pringle, Chrystal;Leston, Lionel;Messmer, Dave;Asong, Elvis;Bayne, Erin M.;Bortolotti, Lauren E.;Sekulic, Gregory;Wheater, Howard;Howerter, David W.;Clark, Robert G.


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Mantyka-Pringle, Chrystal;Leston, Lionel;Messmer, Dave;Asong, Elvis;Bayne, Erin M.;Bortolotti, Lauren E.;Sekulic, Gregory;Wheater, Howard;Howerter, David W.;Clark, Robert G. (2019). Antagonistic, synergistic and direct effects of land use and climate on Prairie wetland ecosystems: Ghosts of the past or present?. Diversity and Distributions. https://doi.org/10.1111/ddi.12990

Chrystal Mantyka-Pringle

Chrystal Mantyka-Pringle

Co-Director, Northern Boreal Mountains Program

Singing from the same song sheet: bringing the climate and biodiversity agendas together

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Earlier this month in Dubai at the COP28 climate talks, the world’s countries finally agreed that addressing the climate crisis will require a “transition away” from fossil fuels.
Justina Ray

Burning trees: not a good way to solve the climate crisis

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Donald Reid, Hilary Cooke

Rising to the twin challenge of climate change and biodiversity loss

Rising to the twin challenge of climate change and biodiversity loss

While it is easy to lose hope in these challenging times, we think there have been some important signs of progress this year.
Justina Ray