All Fracked Up!

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Maude Barlow, David Hughes, Ben Parfitt and more on the costs and risks of fracking and LNG in BC

Gene Drives – Engineering the Wild

Designed to push new genes through entire populations in the wild, gene drive technology raises serious questions about monitoring, reversibility, and human control of nature

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by Lucy Sharratt

Pesticide Dumping in Clayoquot Sound

While Grey whales mysteriously starve to death, salmon farms continue to dump hydrogen peroxide, shown to be acutely toxic to krill, in the waters off Vancouver Island’s west coast

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by Dan Lewis


Summer 2021

Maximum diversity yields deep resilience, while human attempts at control yield brittle and vulnerable systems. With the Holocene extinction well underway, we need to – quickly – listen, learn, and reverse our approach: adapt ourselves and our systems to the needs of the natural world instead of forcing it to adapt to us.

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Reconciliation Action

Press release from W̱SÁNEĆ Leadership Council & The Land Conservancy of BC