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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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whales after a storm
David Suzuki | That we're still discovering new wonders in the oceans is more reason to protect them. In early 2016, about three per cent of oceans had formal protection, up from one per cent five years ago.
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David Suzuki | Grizzlies face growing threats across their North American range, from trophy hunting to habitat destruction, declines in food sources like salmon and whitebark pine nuts, and climate change impacts.
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Old growth on Vancouver Island
Redeye Collective | Ninety per cent of the forests on Vancouver Island have been logged. Now the B.C. Chamber of Commerce and the Union of B.C. Municipalities have joined the fight to save the last 10 per cent.
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David Suzuki | One thing governments could do to ensure caribou survive and thrive in the face of development: listen to the people who have shared the area with caribou for countless years.
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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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Jen Halsall | It's one of Canada's greatest biological mysteries: Swallows, swifts, and other insect-eaters are vanishing by the thousands -- and scientists are struggling to uncover the cause.
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Andrea Harden-Donahue | There is mounting opposition to TransCanada's proposed Energy East pipeline across the country, with two of the most recent examples coming out of Quebec.
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Eric Reder | Omnitrax, the company that owns the rail line to Churchill as well as the seaport, says it is pushing forward with the oil-by-rail plan in Manitoba's north, despite widespread community opposition.
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David Suzuki | The David Suzuki Foundation and other environmental groups just won a court victory for species at risk, but endangered plants and animals aren't out of the woods yet.
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Kelly Truong | The 2002 Species At Risk Act (SARA) is a commitment made by the Canadian government to prevent wildlife species from becoming extinct and it needs to spearhead conversation activities now!
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Ole Hendrickson | The federal and Ontario environment commissioners recently released reports assessing progress -- or lack thereof -- in biodiversity and species at risk conservation.