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science communication
Exploring the realm of science communication and why it matters.
Examining the beginning of the reconciliation process for the wrongs done to pilot whales in the Atlantic.
Once a force of nature, only 140 caribou remain in Atlantic Canada.
desk
The big move is complete, come visit our new digs!
Upcycle
Re-think that pile of waste lumber and renovation extras and create a magical outdoor space.
42.1 FAITH
Get a sneak peek of A\J’s upcoming Faith issue with this free digital download ('sampler'). Includes two feature articles from the upcoming issue, plus content teasers and more.
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Grey Whale
The grey whale was eradicated from the North Atlantic Ocean sometime in the 1700s, robbing us of the opportunity to learn about those who once swam the waters of Eastern Canada.
Caution
How the precautionary principle can save lives and our peace of mind when it comes to fracking and earthquakes.
Asian carp
The Invasive Asian Carp are currently swimming 122km from the Great Lakes. They could be detrimental to the water system, but it might not be as bad as we expect.
We've relaunched and revitalized the Green Student — find out what’s ahead and learn how you can be part of the Green Student's growing community of student writers.
Greenpeace
Reviewing the 2015 documentary that tells the story of the people and politics involved in creating Greenpeace.
Wind Energy
In a new blog series, journalist Zack Metcalfe explores explores environmental issues like climate change and endangered species. This first post is all about renewable energy.
Paris COP 21
In order to effectively implement the factors of the Paris Agreement, Canada must rethink its sustainable governance
Introducing: 41.5 Out of the Box (screenshot)
A sneak peek of A/J's latest Out of the Box issue!
a vegetarian meal
A future sustained by meat alternatives — what are you willing to change?
Make it Kenya
Live stream project allows the world a new view of animal migration in Kenya
Unusually warm December temperatures are a welcome, yet eerie change for Toronto Island residents
In the course of their 27-year study in the Gulf of St Lawrence, the Mingan Island Cetacean Study (MICS) discovered that whales are adapting to climate change faster than humans