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Drawing on examples from existing conservation projects and their own experiences, Indigenous researchers are unpacking what a decolonized approach to environmental protection should look like.
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Balke’s research shows that since the 1980s, approximately 160 hectares of tidal marsh has died off at Sturgeon Bank. This pilot project is an opportunity to test and evaluate a local, customized approach to address large-scale tidal marsh loss.
One breach in the man-made jetty near Iona Island has already been completed, as conservation experts try to revitalize natural salmon habitat in the Fraser River
Microplastics may provide a new way for deadly pathogens to concentrate near coastlines and travel deep into the sea.