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Paul Crowley

Posts count: 17

Polar bear subpopulations stable, but sea ice loss is taking its toll

IQALUIT — At first glance, newly released polar bear subpopulation survey results seem like great news. Two of Canada’s 13 polar bear subpopulations, previously thought to be declining, are likely stable. One could even... Read More
IQALUIT — At first glance, newly released polar bear subpopulation survey results seem like great news. Two of Canada’s...
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An urgent call for change from the Arctic

From retreating sea ice to the arrival of unfamiliar species, the environment in the North is already undergoing a dramatic change. If we don’t act quickly, it might be irreversible. Read More
From retreating sea ice to the arrival of unfamiliar species, the environment in the North is already undergoing a...
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Nunavut Land Use Plan needs to dip its toe in the ocean

There is work underway to develop a land-use plan for Nunavut that supports the well-being of northern communities while promoting environmental integrity. But the plan concentrates mainly on land and leaves Nunavut’s marine areas... Read More
There is work underway to develop a land-use plan for Nunavut that supports the well-being of northern communities while...
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