Bypassing Dystopia

by Joyce Nelson

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The sequel to Beyond Banksters, laying out a “roadmap to liberation” from corporate rule via global examples of active and creative resistance.

Fish Farm Tenures

BC government allows open-net salmon farms to operate as is until 2022. Meanwhile, the Dzawada'enuxw First Nation takes matters into its own hands with an injunction.

Morrison Creek

A community conserving the circle of life – with help from a really weird creature

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Janet Gemmell

Prestoration

Is it even possible in the Anthropocene to restore ecosystems to a pristine state?

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Tim Ennis

Tanker Tracking

I took up a new hobby this year. Tanker tracking became my consuming passion in March and April. Over the… 

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Joe Foy

Restoration Forestry

Ecological forester Herb Hammond on the history, diagnosis, and cure for BC's crummy forestry practices

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Van Andruss and Herb Hammond

Conversations on Conservation

Summer 2018

What does conservation mean in the anthropocene? From local and Indigenous ecological wisdom to the shifting conversation on invasive species, the art of prestoration, and urban “ragamuffin ecologies,” this feature takes a fresh look at the idea and act of conservation.

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