Restoration and Community 25.2
Editorial: Restoring What Was, Attacking What Is - Bob Gibson
Beyond Repair - Donna Havinga
Ecological restoration is as much about transforming values and practices as about repairing damaged ecosystems.
Inset: The Transformation of Sudbury by Nigel Richardson
Inset: Restoration as Healing by Solomon Boyé
Eight Questions for Ecological Restorationists - Stephen Murphy
Even the tidy little technical jobs in restoration ecology involve difficult questions of art, science and ethics.
Trail-blazing in False Creek - Don Alexander and Hilda Mckenzie
Building a heritage pathway is one way to link community, history and ecology.
Inset: Possible Route for a False Creek
Inset: Heritage Trail
Inset: Design Aspects
Inset: Current Status
Working Art -Regenerating urban ecosystems with public art.
The Bear in the Kitchen - Eric Higgs
Ecological restoration in Jasper Park raises questions about wilderness in the Disney age.
Voters Still Green - Sue Bailey
But the environment is not on governments' agendas.
Once and Future Creeks - Zita Botelho
Plans for stream daylighting promise resurrection of Vancouver waterways.
What is Organic? - Brenda Inouye
Agribusiness wants Canadian and US agencies to weaken organic standards.
Blood and Oil - Tamara Herman
Shooting deaths of young Nigerian activists are linked to Chevron Corporation.
Ironing Out Warming Wrinkles - Helen Baulch
Fertilizing the oceans with iron could help block climate change or it could make things worse.
Reclaimation Art - Thomas Heyd
Robert Morris' Untitled Johnson Pit #30 reclaimed an industrially blasted landscape without forgiving it..
Leeks, Racing Pigeons and Valley of the Bears - Briony Penn
Museums can be tools for community education on restoration.
Environmental Change and Challenge: A Canadian Perspective - Philip Dearnden and Bruce Mitchell
About This Life: Journeys on the Threshold of Memory - Barry Lopez
The Water Crisis: Constructing Solutions to Freshwater Pollution - Julie Stauffer
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