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For A\J’s 50th anniversary, get four issues for $50.00! Our readers help empower environmentalists across Canada as they tell stories that inspire meaningful actions and promote solutions to ecological problems. Stories You Need, Analysis You Trust Support innovative and informed journalism, visit: 50th Anniversary Subscription Offer   One year of […]

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Raising Climate Literacy by Kerstyn Lutz Buchholz, K. (2020, July). 2020 is predicted to be the hottest year on record, according to NASA. Retrieved November 05, 2020, from https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/07/earth-climate-change-nasa/ NOAA Climate. (2009). What is Climate Science Literacy? Retrieved November 05, 2020, from https://www.climate.gov/teaching/essential-principles-climate-literacy/whatclimate-science-literacy UNESCO. (2018, December 10). Climate Change Education […]

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WTF 2020

As the end of 2020 comes to a close (we made it!), I have noticed many have taken the time to reflect on the environmental wins and losses of the year. While some believe the environment has been cast to the side and a forgotten cause, some claim we have […]

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The WTF: The Week This Friday Vol. 29

We can communicate with Kangaroos? Source: Unsplash If Australia isn’t always surprising us with cool new animals news, a study now finds that kangaroos are able to intentionally communicate with humans. 16 Kangaroos who have been socialized around humans and used to human presence from different wildlife parks, and participated in an interesting […]

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The WTF: The Week This Friday Vol. 28

A small price to pay? Lithium, a silver-white alkali metal, is a key component in electric vehicles (EV) rechargeable batteries. And while EV’s have been named “the eco-alternatives to cars” some are claiming that the quest to find and extract lithium ultimately causes just as much environmental damage as their […]