Hope surfaces on BC's Central Coast, where First Nations are integrating traditional knowledge with science to steward their lands and waters
review by Claire Gilmore
From emissions to jobs and economic benefits, BC's LNG dreams have little to do with reality
Water scarcity and stalled well licensing belie BC's 'myth of abundance'
From smartphones to farming machinery, corporate control of repair is costing consumers, small manufacturers and the environment
A primary driver of mass extinction events, ocean acidification isn’t a popular topic - but is already affecting coastal ecology and economy
December 2019 | January 2020
What can be said, or even fully comprehended, about the moment on Earth we are living through? In this issue we seek a broader vision, gleaning current lessons from deep history (of humans and of the planet), and viewing time itself in fundamentally different ways – how can time become an ally?