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Global Wildlife Populations Continue to Decline

Living Planet report was recently released which assesses how the natural world is coping with the stress of rising human population. Findings suggest that there is a 58% overall decline population sizes from 1970 to 2012.  The 58% decline is … Continue reading

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Could Greenland’s icy history help us combat climate change?

Nearly eighty percent of Greenland is covered by ice that run thousands of feet thick. Greenland’s ice has grown and shrunk over the years, resulting from the variations from the climate. The truth lies is that mapping out the history … Continue reading

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Canada’s Approval for Trans Mountain pipeline expansion: Economic Boom Or Environmental Disaster?

The Liberal government’s recent approval of Kinder Morgan’s Trans mountain pipeline expansion is significant step backwards from climate change. Though it has gained much praise from various business and energy groups, it has sparked much outrage amongst climate campaigners, aboriginal groups and … Continue reading

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Glendon Riverbank Photo Essay

Last Sunday, my partner Wafa and I returned to Glendon College to explore and capture some of the horrific riverbank disasters we observed at our assigned segment 11 of the river. After countless times of getting lost and walking in … Continue reading

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True North, Strong and Free

This summer, I had the great pleasure of visiting our nation’s capital, the city of Ottawa. Ottawa has always been a city comprised of history, culture and of course Beaver Tails! Being born in Canada, sometimes I feel we often … Continue reading

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