Columnists
Ole Hendrickson | With a growing shortage of partly decayed Carboniferous dinosaurs and tree ferns, we are now devoting ever-increasing percentages of our current landscapes to automobile fuel production.
Blog
David Suzuki | From Rob Ford to Senate scandals, from war to environmental catastrophe, it's been a strange year. It's time move beyond the madness and personal attacks and have some rational discussion.
Columnists
Ole Hendrickson | The federal and Ontario environment commissioners recently released reports assessing progress -- or lack thereof -- in biodiversity and species at risk conservation.
Blog
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.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | A new report by the David Suzuki Foundation says that a number of populations of grizzly bears in North America are at risk of decline. Jeff Gailus is author of the report.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | A recent report assesses the economic value of our lakes, rivers and oceans. The authors say ecosystems sustain life in our region and need to considered when planning further development.
Blog
Christopher Majka | Will tangible measures be taken at Rio +20 to establish an ecosystem approach to fisheries, end subsidies, increase marine protected areas and protect biodiversity? Not if Canada can prevent it.
Blog
David Suzuki | With the federal government's Bill C-38 and Ontario's Bill 55, environmental protection is endangered.
Activist Toolkit
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News
Royal Society of Canada | In a report released today on sustaining Canada's marine biodiversity, an expert panel convened by the Royal Society of Canada concluded that we are failing our oceans.
Podcast
Nicola Ross, Peter Stock, Robert Gibson, Steve Hounsell, Mark Brooks, Tim Jackson | 36:6 Biodiversity, Prosperity without Growth and Substitution
Columnists
Jerry West | This year is the International Year of Biodiversity, and the past week almost 20,000 people held a biodiversity summit in Nagoya, Japan.