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B.C. government delays endangered caribou plan as herds dwindle

— Posted on Jun 24, 2019 01:12 PM in: Y2Y in the News
B.C. government delays endangered caribou plan as herds dwindle

Y2Y's Candace Batycki comments on news that the B.C. government is set to extend consultations on a draft agreement to protect Peace region caribou for up to two years. | The Narwhal, June 20, 2019

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Meet the scientists embracing traditional Indigenous knowledge

— Posted on Jun 21, 2019 07:58 AM in: Y2Y in the News
Meet the scientists embracing traditional Indigenous knowledge

Traditional knowledge is enriching scientific information about our natural world and is a growing movement in the science world, including for Y2Y's Dr. Aerin Jacob. | The Narwhal, June 20, 2019

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'Design with Nature Now' conference in Pennsylvania a legacy for Ian McHarg, links landscape architecture with activism

— Posted on Jun 21, 2019 07:55 AM in: Y2Y in the News
'Design with Nature Now' conference in Pennsylvania a legacy for Ian McHarg, links landscape architecture with activism

The projects explored in Design with Nature Now span five themes, ranging from large landscape planning projects to climate adaptation and mitigation proposals. A section called “Big Wilds” looks at the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative, a 2,000- mile-long nature corridor running north to south. | Metropolis, June 18, 2019

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Western governors look to conserve key wildlife corridors, habitat

— Posted on Jun 14, 2019 01:19 PM in: Y2Y in the News
Western governors look to conserve key wildlife corridors, habitat

Y2Y comments on the Western Governors' Association's decision to pass a resolution encouraging federal and state agencies to work together to identify and protect regions that wildlife use as migratory corridors. | Missoula Current, June 14, 2019

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Connecting habitat key for caribou, new study shows

— Posted on Jun 10, 2019 01:05 PM in: Media Releases
Connecting habitat key for caribou, new study shows

A recent genomic study led by biologists at the University of Calgary provides fascinating new insights into behaviours that significantly advance our understanding of how to conserve caribou.

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