In this four-part dossier, we have collected stories from biospheres across Canada, where committed individuals and groups are coming together to solve big problems and build stronger bridges between humans and nature.
We dream of food sovereignty and access to local fruits year-round. But we ignore the hidden truths of our agricultural systems: extreme pollination, transport and theft of hives, beekeepers’ distress, and a mad race to pollinate monoculture crops destined for export, while bees keep our food supply afloat on life support. Meanwhile, in Québec, young people are building the fruit farms of the future.
Black Lives, Green Spaces
Black Canadian and American youth have been successively cut off from the land, the outdoors and the contemporary environmentalist movement. Today, they are taking an active part in nature—a powerful tool for healing, empowerment and social justice. Discover the compelling stories and inspiring perspectives of leading Black figures—entrepreneurs, artists, and activists—from Montréal to Los Angeles.
Spoils of #nature on Instagram
Natural sites are being overrun by a new wave of tourists just "doin' it for the 'Gram." And the consequences are far from harmless.
Some delicious foods hide ugly truths.
First Nations of Food
A new generation of Indigenous chefs retracing their culinary heritage is resetting the table to make space for an activist narrative of food, and it’s delicious.
Our Green Gaps
How our daily actions fall short of our goals to flight climate change.
100 Wild Islands
A grassroots movement to save 7000 acres of land on the coasts of Nova Scotia.
BESIDE the road
A Coast to Coast Roadtrip to Reinvent Magazine Distribution