Keep Washington Evergreen

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CPAWS Southern Alberta Makes Nature More Accessible to Racialized Communities

There are many barriers that Black, Indigenous and other people face when it comes to accessing nature spaces. Major barriers include physical distance, financial costs and barriers related to normalizing “whiteness” in environmental culture. The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS), in Alberta, launched the bioDIVERSITY project this summer to help reduce barriers faced by […]

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Work to Grow: The Benefits of Green Infrastructure

Cities, along with the buildings and communities within them, are often seen as concrete jungles – and concrete contributes to environmental problems, such as increased carbon dioxide emissions. While we can’t take away all the concrete, there are ways to mitigate the problems it causes. One way is to add plants, or green infrastructure, to […]

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