Fall 2008

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Departments
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great_beginnings
Promises of protection for the Boreal by Caroline Schultz
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ew
Talk of the town: pelicans make a surprise appearance; junior scientist: high school kid makes amazing discovery; spirit tree: lumber mill makes for stand-off over eastern white cedar
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This mysterious little raptor contends with multiple threats to its survival, including the absence of a recovery plan by Tim Tiner
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inhouse
Conservation winners at AGM; land trust serves many functions
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Don’t be afraid of the T-word: a carbon tax could be the best approach to cutting emissions by Edward Keenan
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Ontario’s Mining Act gives carte blanche to the industry to stake claims almost anywhere and operate pits and quarries without full environmental assessments. Will the Province keep its promise to overhaul an outdated piece of legislation? by Conor Mihell
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nature_of_my_pond
These small, self-sufficient ecosystems contain an abundance of wildlife. A naturalist patiently watches the life of a pond unfold before her by Cecily Ross
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for_the_defence
To mark cone’s 30-year anniversary, Ontario Nature salutes this grassroots coalition, which safeguards the Niagara Escarpment from developers and industry by D’Arcy Jenish
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How is climate change affecting you and your community? Three winning essays give us some answers

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