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David Suzuki | As landscapes and our approaches to conserving them shift, so too must our social systems. Climate justice and social justice are intricately linked.
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David Suzuki | If we're the cause of the problems, then we must stop blaming "nature" or "God." We have to take responsibility and tackle them with the urgency they require.
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Dawn in the Anthropocene
Roger Annis | Capitalism has run so amok, producing so much waste and life-destroying pollution, that scientists now say that Earth has entered an entirely new epoch: the Anthropocene.
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Mark Karlin | Around the world, women are pushing back against GMOs and corporate agriculture and building a food system that promotes health and justice for all.
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Gary Engler | Capitalism is asking us to choose between jobs and the future livability of our planet. The good news is there is an alternative.
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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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Ole Hendrickson | The human-caused, rapid rise in CO2 levels is having marked effects on terrestrial, freshwater and marine ecosystems. These effects are complex and go beyond weather disasters.
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John Dillon, Ecological Economy Coordinator at KAIROS
John Dillon | As I became more and more alarmed about the damage being done to ecosystems vital to life on this planet, I began to explore Indigenous peoples' teachings on respecting Mother Earth.
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Wayne Roberts | People who think of the women's rights movement as an urban, Western trend will be surprised to learn what women in eastern Africa are cooking up to express the IWD motto, 'make it happen.'
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Ole Hendrickson | Permaculture, an agriculture movement based on natural systems, may represent the most enduring legacy of the counter-culture of the 1960s and '70s. Can it help society's transition to sustainability?
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Lizanne Foster | So much depends on the climate conference in Peru because this week is when we begin to create the world that our current kindergarteners will graduate into.
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Gary Engler | The new system we imagine must get rid of the perverse incentives that result in war, the devastation of our environment and inequality.