Summer 2008

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spacerOne more species at risk by Victoria Foote
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spacerGuelph gets a park for pollinators; reptiles at risk; saving Lake Simcoe; Phil Cotton: putting conservation on the map
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spacerHow to turn your garden into an ecological oasis for winged jewels by Moira Farr
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spacerMischievous marvels by Dan Schneider and Peter Pautler
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spacerFriends of ON Nature; the Toronto Field Naturalists turn 85
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spacerEnvironmentalists are fed up with ATV drivers and their passion for nature by Edward Keenan
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spacerWhen 10,000 square kilometres of Lake Superior became Canada’s first National Marine Conservation Area, environmentalists and paddlers cheered. But with all the fine print buried in its new status, the world’s largest protected freshwater area is far more vulnerable than many realize by Conor Mihell
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spacerAs our cities grow (and grow), people must travel further afield to gaze upon a starry sky. New research reveals that this is more than an inconvenience. Light pollution can be detrimental to plants, animals and even human health by Shannon Wilmot
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spacerThe Province is poised to build a highway that will arc across the Niagara Peninsula, threatening sensitive ecosystems with car-oriented sprawl. Now a determined coalition of conservation groups is fighting back, demanding that the government honour its pledges to combat the causes of climate change by Tim Tiner

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