Spring 2007





Departments
Climate change and the power of one  by Victoria Foote
Wee shorebird takes on the Feds; Dufferin Aggregates mines
more of the escarpment; genetically modified trees
What may be the last, viable population of the pint-sized wildfowl can be found on Walpole Island by Tim Tiner
The urban environs are tough on street trees. But some municipalities are starting to look out for their welfare  by Loraine Johnson
Extreme protection for flora  by Dan Schneider and Peter Pautler
Join us at the Green Living Show; fundraising for a trumpeter swan; excellent new bird book
They clog our landfills, shorelines and cupboards. Time to ban the plastic bag  by Edward Keenan

From the lush Carolinian zone in the south to the vast boreal of the north, global warming threatens to bring about the collapse of Ontario’s forest ecosystems.   By Douglas Hunter
Why are birds that feed on insects disappearing? New findings point to answers that touch on a range of troubling environmental factors. By Douglas Hunter
William Kemp has turned his home into a model of energy efficiency without forfeiting any of the creature comforts.  By Peter Christie

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