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The great animal choir

His recordings capture powerful expressions of change and what it portends in localized wild habitats. When change happens in a landscape that resident animals have evolved to understand from an…

Breaking the ice

By Beside |

The future of food is in the sea

By Catherine Métayer |

Hoover Dam

By Catherine Métayer |

Consuming less and doing more

By eliane |

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Histoire de… Sauvetage

Samuel Denault is an ornithologist. Spotting and identifying birds is second nature to him. You might find him at any moment on the side of the highway watching birds in…

The life of a lumberjack, with Patrick Riopel

By eliane |

04. The Coral Gardeners

By eliane |

Canoe Concert

By eliane |

BEYRIES

By eliane |

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Somewhere Outside

By eliane |

Experience

Cooking with fire

Crafting a paddle

By Geneviève Locas |

Foraging in the forest and cooking with fire

By Geneviève Locas |

Identifying wild medicinal plants

By Geneviève Locas |

Forging a knife II

By Geneviève Locas |

100 Wild Islands

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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 and ecologically rich islands has gained much support from local residents who want to protect the archipelago they have built their lives around from unwanted development. BESIDE interviewed some of its key protagonists.

We meet with Brian Murphy, a local captain and camping operator hoping to see ecotourism become the region's leading industry. We speak with lobster fishers Jeannie and Mike Hubley, who campaign against the introduction of corporate open net-pen salmon farms. And we discuss the 100 Wild Islands with Bonnie Sutherland, executive director at the Nova Scotia Nature Trust, which has been working with island owners, residents and the government to ensure that these islands stay wild, forever.

These locals all share one common goal: keeping their islands untamed.

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