Posts Tagged ‘climate change’

The Climate Horizon: A Public Lecture by Gwynne Dyer Feb 11th

Gwynne Dyer, Canadian author, journalist, columnist, broadcaster, and lecturer, will address one of today’s most urgent global issues – climate change. Climate change is a reality. Dwindling resources, massive population shifts, natural disasters, spreading epidemics, drought, rising sea levels, plummeting agricultural yields, crashing economies, political extremism – are some of the expected consequences in the…

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Five creatures that want us to fight climate change

Five creatures that want us to fight climate change WWF OCTOBER 24, 2018 Wildlife in Canada are in trouble, and climate change is making matters worse. These five species-at-risk – including a rabbit-like creature the weight of a baseball that climbs mountains and a beach-loving shorebird – are vulnerable to the changing climate, and stand…

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Nature can save us

Nature can save us MEGAN LESLIE OCTOBER 23, 2018 It’s a lucky day when herpers spot a Blanding’s turtle basking in the sun. These birders for the reptile set are thrilled when they catch a glimpse of this turtle’s yellow throat, high-domed shell and perpetual happy smile. But sadly, some populations in Canada are threatened…

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All about the Bs

Honey bee (Photo from Bees Matter) Copernicus Educational Products is really buzzing about the environment this spring. For the fourth year, the socially responsible corporation will be helping pollinators by caring for a hive of honey bees. Pollinators, including bees, play an important role in our ecosystems, food production and even our gardens. Sadly, bee populations…

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YouthVoiceON

The Ontario government wants to know how to support young people in the fight against climate change. What motivates you to take action? How are you fighting climate change at home, school or in the community? Join the digital dialogue w/ @YouthVoiceON at http://ow.ly/UhaU30ixhOZ   

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