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Back to nature
For Toronto-based writer Tendisai Cromwell, walking in nature is an act of care and a quiet resistance to the effects of racial trauma.
We fear wolves; we love deer. But to protect our ecosystems, we have to rattle our preconceptions about these two majestic, misunderstood animals.
It’s a 100-year-old formula: the world of advertising exploits nature to sell us polluting cars, explains Guillaume Rivest. So why do we keep buying them?
Shifting Baseline Syndrome is undermining our ability to recognize dramatic changes in biodiversity and the climate. The solution isn’t quick or easy, but it starts with paying attention.
Ouranos helps prepare Québec’s tourism industry for climate change by working closely hands-on with people in the field.
Shabana Ali on the unequal barriers faced by climbers of colour.
Despite the comfort and nostalgia it inspires, many are beginning to question the reign of grass. What if this plant, a remnant of the Middle Ages, was quite simply out of sync with our lives and our values?
An essay by Jean-Martin Fortier
In the time of pandemic, what can we learn from our desire to see cities reclaimed by nature?
Over decades, Silicon Valley tech companies have mastered how to grab our attention. Now they want to protect it.
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