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Caribou. Image: Andrew E Russell/Flickr
David Suzuki | We need to be clear that if we let a species go, it's because we're choosing other values over its survival.
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Orca whale. Image: Gail Hampshire/Wikimedia Commons
David Suzuki | West Coast conservation groups, including the David Suzuki Foundation, are calling for an emergency order to protect Canada’s most endangered marine mammal: southern resident orcas, or killer whales.
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The Orca known as AT3 of the Alaska Transients. He is the last member of the AT1 pod to be born since the Exxon-Valdez spill. Image: Wikimedia Commons/Andrew Blazejewski​
David Suzuki | The 76 southern resident killer whales off the B.C. coast, Canada's most endangered marine mammal, are particularly threatened by oil spills.
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Image: Wikimedia Commons/Samuel
David Suzuki | We are now coming to grips with the alarming consequences of losing pollinators, even if it's been difficult to diagnose the multiple causes.
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A bee and a butterfly. Image: Pixabay
David Suzuki, Jode Roberts | Pollinator pathway. Bumblebee highway. River of Flowers. Bee Line. These all describe habitat corridors created to help pollinators like bees and butterflies. We can add Butterflyways to the list.
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| Help scientists sample and protect bumble bees in Canada
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caribou antlers in the snow
David Suzuki | The challenge to recover caribou is not Alberta's alone; it is a national undertaking. Boreal caribou are threatened in every province except Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
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Ole Hendrickson | Eastern hemlock trees may be next to fall victim to an invasive alien species with the spread of the hemlock woolly adelgid. But we may still have a few years to prepare for its arrival.
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Jen Halsall | Illegal harvesting and habitat loss are devastating the world's cactus populations, and there's no end in sight. They're now the fifth most threatened species group on the IUCN red list.
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Won't Someone Listen To The Children?
Daryn Caister | Grade 5 students on endangered species, more on TPP and a severe facepalm warning about Rex Murphy's op-ed on Alberta.
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Redeye Collective | Gwen Barlee of the Wilderness Committee says the B.C. government came up with its wolf cull strategy so that logging companies could continue destroying mountain caribou habitat.
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Brent Patterson | It would appear that TransCanada is not really "standing down" but rather that their work permit expired forcing them to stop their survey work for the port until the spring.