The recent release of the IPCC report is alarming. We have about 12 years to get our act together or face catastrophic change to the planet. The challenge facing all societies is great, and it now demands incredible political will.
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The conflict over the Kinder Morgan pipeline is dividing us in more ways than one and preventing us from moving towards the new economy—a carbon neutral or low carbon economy.
Interested in learning about soil biodiversity, the state of North American birds, ocean health, and recommendations for biodiversity conservation action? Look no further!
We just finished our third conversation in our biodiversity conservation series on Changing the Conversation.
I am very much looking forward to 2018, with a new team in place. Joining Jaime Clifton our research curator, Dr. Rob Newell, our Banting scholar, and the invaluable Chris Strashok, is Dr. Francois Jost, who will be working on both our climate change data and refining CoLabS.
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Check out our latest e-Dialogue, What is Biodiversity and Why is it Important?, published on Changing the Conversation. Featuring e-panelists from Women for Nature, this conversation is the first of the Biodiversity Conversations: How important are the common loon and polar bears to Canadians? series.
To complement our upcoming Biodiversity Conversation series: How important are the common loon and polar bears to Canadians?, we curated a resource library on Changing the Conversation.