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Orcas near ship

Turning down the volume on ocean noise pollution

Ever been awakened by loud construction? Or been unable to concentrate because your neighbour won’t turn down their audio system? Believe it or not, it could be worse: if you were under water, sound... Read More
Ever been awakened by loud construction? Or been unable to concentrate because your neighbour won’t turn down their audio...
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A man standing next to a technical instrument in the woods

Measuring forest carbon at the push of a button

Monitoring carbon in nature allows us to understand the effects that protecting, managing and restoring habitats (known as nature-based climate solutions, or NbCS) have on reducing carbon in the atmosphere. Current approaches are costly,... Read More
Monitoring carbon in nature allows us to understand the effects that protecting, managing and restoring habitats (known as nature-based...
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Prairie Pasqueflower | Crocus pulsatilla nuttalliana

Meet some of Manitoba’s nicest native plants

May 12 is Manitoba Day! What better way to mark it than by exploring the province’s rugged and beautiful native plants — and how you can help expand their populations. What do you picture... Read More
May 12 is Manitoba Day! What better way to mark it than by exploring the province’s rugged and beautiful...
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Speed kills: How to make shipping less deadly for whales

A rare fin whale, last spotted alive off the coast of Seattle back in January, tragically washed ashore two months later in Pender Harbour, just north of Vancouver. Less than two years old and... Read More
A rare fin whale, last spotted alive off the coast of Seattle back in January, tragically washed ashore two...
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