Floodplains Beyond Borders

Indigenous leadership in Washington and Canada are drawing from the lessons
learned by Floodplains by Design to mitigate severe flooding events seen in
the Fraser River.

Charwell Point: Gem on Eastern Lake Ontario

Dunlin on the move It is late May on the shores of eastern Lake Ontario and with a synchronized flash of wings, a flock of Dunlin alight at Charwell Point in picturesque Prince Edward County. Long distance migrants, these sandpipers are heading from their wintering grounds in the southern U.S. and Mexico to nest on […]

The post Charwell Point: Gem on Eastern Lake Ontario appeared first on Nature Canada.

Canada’s New Climate Plan Ignores Emissions From Logging but Opens the Door for Action

Canada’s new 2030 Emissions Reduction Plan (ERP) released on March 29 has a major hole in it: it ignores the massive greenhouse gas emissions (carbon) caused by clearcut logging of Canada’s globally-significant forests. Canada is home to the largest remaining tracts of intact forests in the world. These forests store hundreds of billions of tonnes […]

The post Canada’s New Climate Plan Ignores Emissions From Logging but Opens the Door for Action appeared first on Nature Canada.