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How can we stop the collapse of nature?

— Posted on May 14, 2019 08:17 AM in: Y2Y in the News
How can we stop the collapse of nature?

Scientists recently warned that a million species could go extinct. Earther asked scientists about the most important actions society can take today to avert catastrophe. | Earther, May 13, 2019

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Canada’s biodiversity is in danger — here’s what you can do to help

— Posted on May 14, 2019 08:17 AM in: Y2Y in the News
Canada’s biodiversity is in danger — here’s what you can do to help

Conservation scientist at Y2Y, Aerin Jacob, comments the United Nations' first comprehensive global scientific report on biodiversity, revealing that up to one million species face extinction. | Global News, May 11, 2019

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UCP government to scrap plans to protect Bighorn Country

— Posted on May 10, 2019 08:04 AM in: Y2Y in the News
UCP government to scrap plans to protect Bighorn Country

Y2Y comments on an announcement from UCP government plans to scrap a proposal by the NDP to protect 4,000 square kilometres of land – Bighorn Country in the eastern slopes. | Rocky Mountain Outlook, May 9, 2019

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Why the debate over animal culls has become so fraught

— Posted on May 09, 2019 01:12 PM in: Y2Y in the News
Why the debate over animal culls has become so fraught

Jodi Hilty, who has worked in wildlife conservation for decades, watches a young caribou closely, and with optimism. | Vancouver Star, May 6, 2019

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Elk deaths renew call for wildlife fencing through mountain town near Banff park

— Posted on May 06, 2019 08:41 AM in: Y2Y in the News
Elk deaths renew call for wildlife fencing through mountain town near Banff park

Y2Y renews calls for wildlife fencing along the Trans-Canada Highway through a small Alberta mountain town after seven elk were killed on the weekend in a collision with a transport truck. | Canadian Press, Apr. 29, 2019

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