EXTINCTION

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Jul 23, 2019
Bee collecting pollen

Don't swat that bee!

Penney Kome
Insect-free summer may be a worrisome sign that extinction is in progress.
Blog
Mar 10, 2015
Photo: Doug Brown/flickr

It's time to end the grisly trophy hunt

David Suzuki
Most British Columbians -- and Canadians -- are against the grizzly trophy hunt. It's time for the government to listen to the majority rather than industry donors and ban this barbaric practice.
Photos
Apr 25, 2014
Photo: Taro Taylor/flickr

Are humans behind the next extinction?

rabble staff
It's about to get really uncomfortable in here for those skeptics who believe humans can't trigger mass climate disruption and mass biological extinction.
Podcast
Mar 12, 2014

Ocean acidification threatens wide range of species

Redeye
Qualicum Scallops is blaming high acidity for the loss of 10 million scallops. A drop in PH means the shellfish cannot form strong shells and become susceptible to infection.
Blog
Nov 5, 2013

Getting dirty may be healthy

David Suzuki
Natural diversity may be more important to human health than we thought. A new study shows children who grow up surrounded by nature are less likely to develop allergies.

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