Tag Archive: conservation

Ten tips for finding a job in conservation

By Dan Kraus There’s a lot I love about my job at the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC). Working on endangered species, landscape planning and protecting some of Canada’s most important habitats is… Continue reading

Josh Noseworthy: Conservation is not about wildlife, it’s about people

“Conservation isn’t about wildlife, it’s about people. If you’re serious about conserving wildlife, you need to understand how people work.” – Josh Noseworthy Imagine walking through woods thick with ancient, old-growth trees. Woods… Continue reading

Something’s Fishy: Somewhere over the rainbow

By Raechel Bonomo The Rainbow Fish (Illustration by Marcus Pfister) It’s no surprise that my favourite childhood book to cuddle up with my mom to read before bed was The Rainbow Fish, by Swiss author and illustrator Marcus Pfister.… Continue reading

Why Giving Time for Nature is Vital to our Survival

This week is the start of National Volunteer Week (April 10-16), which celebrates millions of volunteers across Canada to recognize them for their efforts. Nearly half of Canadians over the age of 15… Continue reading

Grow Your Own Clothes: The Merging of Fashion and Science

Yesterday, I came across a tremendously fascinating and revolutionary woman. Her name is Suzanne Lee. She is a fashion designer and biotech innovator. Lee came up with a novel approach to fashion –… Continue reading