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NANAIMO – Monarch butterfly population plummeted to just 35 million in 2014.
NANAIMO – It's easy to feel unease after news and climate change events.
Protection of air, water, soil and the web of life should be the highest social, political and economic priority.
NANAIMO – Research confirms agreement among most climate scientists that we are altering the Earth’s climate.
NANAIMO – If we’re serious about creating partnerships between science and business, we have to support the best scientists.
NANAIMO – When it comes to urban sustainability, cities in the U.S. and Canada are employing innovative programs and policies.
NANAIMO – B.C. appears to be pinning its economic hopes on natural gas – much of it obtained by fracking.
In the early 1970s, a significant shift occurred in the relationship between North Americans and the world we live in.
NANAIMO – Often scientists rediscover what our ancestors already knew.
NANAIMO – Gross National Happiness should be a priority.
Widespread shift from fossil fuels to cleaner energy sources is possible.
NANAIMO – Designed to maximize efficiency, modern office setup actually reduces productivity and job satisfaction.
NANAIMO: Opposition to windmills often centres on health effects.
NANAIMO – As we alter the chemical, physical and biological properties of the biosphere, we face an increasingly uncertain future.
The federal government recently pulled out of an important global treaty: the UN Convention to Combat Desertification.
NANAIMO – Prime Minister Stephen Harper is determined to make Canada an energy superpower, fuelled mostly by Alberta’s tar sands.
NANAIMO – Few places on Earth have been untouched by humans.
Connecting kids to nature every day needs to be a priority policy objective in any strategy for healthy children.
NANAIMO – Whales face numerous threats including human-caused noise pollution.
NANAIMO – Despite its huge area, Canada has relatively little dependable farmland.