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The future of food is in the sea

Hoover Dam

By Catherine Métayer |

Consuming less and doing more

By eliane |

Likely-looking rivers

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Life in the green gap

By Catherine Métayer |

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100 Wild Islands

The 100 Wild Islands is a land conservancy project driven by the Nova Scotia Nature Trust, on the coasts of Nova Scotia (Canada). The preservation of this group of wild…

A story of…

By eliane |

The Refuge Pageau

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Across the Salty Roads

By eliane |

Tuamotus & Tahiti

By eliane |

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Flies & Beer III

Flies & Beer II

By eliane |

Le camp sur les îles – 2nd Edition

By eliane |

Kayak sur le Fleuve

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SUP sur la Rouge

By eliane |

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100 Wild Islands

A grassroots movement to save 7000 acres of land on the coasts of Nova Scotia.

The future of food is in the sea

By Natalie Rinn |

Hoover Dam

By Jamey Stillings |
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Consuming less and doing more

Yvon Chouinard has been wearing the same flannel shirt for 20 years. The 75-year-old conservationist, outside-the-box thinker, athlete and craftsman is also an outspoken anti-consumerist and always pushing Patagonia, the…


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Likely-looking rivers

It was easier to tell someone I was fishing than it was to explain the feeling of limitless, fantastic possibility that swelled inside me when tracing a likely-looking river on…

By Michael Barrus |

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Life in the green gap

The disconnect between good intentions and useful action has been referred to as the Green Gap. It’s the place where most of us live. 

By David Owen  |

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Tim and Hannah’s ark

“When I wasn’t snowboarding, I’d go back to the condo and feel confused. Being out in the mountains as often as we are, we have that connection to the environment.…

By Kathryn Borel Jr. |

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The 100 Wild Islands is a land conservancy project driven…

The Refuge Pageau (Abitibi, Québec) provides rehabilitation to over 150…

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