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January-February 2018

Meet Canada’s most endangered species, from coast to coast to coast

Bears, chickens, fish, and more are slowly disappearing from our country's wildlife

Allison Baker

In October 2017, WWF-Canada released its “Living Planet Report,” assessing the country’s endangered and threatened species. Their findings paint a bleak picture of Canada’s wildlife: Between 1970 and 2014, half of the 903 monitored species had declined in population—a loss of approximately 83 percent on average. Habitat destruction, climate change, and human activity are the […] More »

Tuesday Tracks! You Say Party, Wildlife, The Holiday Crowd

luke champion

This week on Tuesday Tracks: new music by brand new bands, pretty new bands and new incarnations! That’s what it’s all about right? The new stuff. However, beyond their varied levels of respective newness, these bands don’t share much else in common. Their sounds overlap to an extent, but in execution they’re totally different. Last year […] More »
May-June 2010

Borneo experiment shows how saving the apes could save ourselves

Shawn ThompsonWebsite

A reforestation scheme in Borneo could radically reshape wildlife protection, land conservation, and indigenous stewardship—simultaneously. Halfway around the world, on the eastern side of the island of Borneo, near the oil city of Balikpapan, a new tropical rainforest is being created out of what was once a poisonous wasteland. It is a story of radical […] More »