Sustainability

Habitat - Issue 9NatureNature - Hibernation - 10Sustainability

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Hot Take

The earth beneath us has been used for heating and cooling our dwellings since ancient Roman times. Now, geothermal energy is being used for heating and...

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MigrationNatureNature - Migrate - 11Sustainability

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Harvesting Time

Seeds are held close to the heart in many of the cultures Indigenous to Turtle Island. This is certainly true for the Iroquoian societies of the Lower Great...

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AdaptationNatureNature - Adapt - 10Sustainability

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Let the Sun Shine In

My alarm clock would buzz at an obnoxiously early hour, and it would seem that the birds and I were the only ones in the whole city waking up. I’d quickly...

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Habitat - Issue 9NatureNature - Habitat - 9Sustainability

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Construction Clean Up

On February 9, MPP Eleanor McMahon and Katharine Bambrick, CEO of the Ontario Trillium Foundation, joined members of the community at the Burlington ReStore to...

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Nature - Web - 8Sustainability

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Seeds of Change

The creation of a restored ecosystem in Dundas has its beginnings on a clear, sunny October day, about 30 kilometres to the east in Oakville. Thirty community...

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Issue 7 - StreamNatureNature - Issue 7 - StreamSustainability

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Cash Flows

As human beings, we tend to have a love-hate relationship with water. On one hand, water is integral to everything around us—our health, weather patterns,...

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Issue 6IssuesNatureNature Issue 6Sustainability

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Tiny House

“Drive up the laneway, past the barn on the right, keep driving up the laneway and you’ll see parking on the left. Walk back across the laneway and...

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Issue 5NatureNature Issue 5Sustainability

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An Education On Transformation

Fern Hill Private School approached Conservation Halton and the Cootes to Escarpment EcoPark System in 2015 to get advice on how they could transform their...

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Issue 4NatureNature Issue 4Sustainability

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Wildlife Fencing: Road Ecology in Milton

Roads endanger wildlife and human life. Wildlife collisions, especially involving larger animals, damage our vehicles, and can also injure and sometimes kill...

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Issue 3NatureNature Issue 3Sustainability

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Snip Snip: Why We Cut Down Trees

‘Tree felling’ and ‘conservation’ may seem like odd bedfellows. For many, the image that first comes to mind is the mass deforestation of tropical...

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