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David Suzuki | No matter what contradictory and easily debunked nonsense deniers spread, climate change is real, humans are contributing to it and it will be catastrophic if we do little or nothing to address it.
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Jen Halsall | Peregrine falcons have returned to Ontario, rebounding dramatically from their complete extirpation in the 1960s. But why are they doing so well? It's a case of country bird and city bird.
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Jen Halsall | Acid rain may have decreased in recent years, but Ontario's lakes are still struggling with its legacy. This time, the threat is calcium deficiency, and it's devastating some well-known species.
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David Suzuki | We're surrounded by life, but Earth's most plentiful living things are invisible to the naked eye. Microbes are not only around us, they live on and in us.
Podcast
Meghan Murphy | Meghan Murphy speaks with neuroscience journalist Maia Szalavitz about the controversy surrounding Naomi Wolf's new book, 'Vagina' and explores the neuroscience of female sexuality.
Columnists
Alice Klein | Tragedy poses the basic questions: What is life really all about? Is nature trying to tell us something? Biomimicry is based on a deep biological read of exactly these two questions.
Book Review
Spontaneous Evolution
Zainab Amadahy | Bruce Lipton looks at the implications of new and emerging science to argue for a shift in thinking and behaviours that will better enable our chances to survive, thrive and enjoy life on Earth.
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Jerry West | The balance between organisms that has provided the ecosystem that maintains life as we know it, has been seriously disrupted.