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Protecting Near-Urban Nature a Win for Biodiversity and Fight Against Climate Change

Ecosystem services provided by nature in and near cities are crucial to dampen the impacts of climate change. Nature near urban centres in southern Canada are also high in biodiversity. Protecting these areas using Indigenous knowledge systems holds promise in the face of climate change and biodiversity loss. Read the article from Policy Options here

City of Lethbridge working with UofL on urban naturalization

The City of Lethbridge is working with the Applied Studies Program at University…

University of Alberta graduate student helps Stony Plain plan for sustainability

U of A graduate student Nicklas Baran was hired by Stony Plain to help the…

CREB: New Green Communities Guide highlights benefits of nature-based solutions for municipalities, developers and homeowners

In August, the Calgary Real Estate Board interviewed Green Communities Coordinator,…