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... to wild gardening, we cover: Naturescape principles;biodiversity basics, landscape design and the provision of key components ofwildlife habitat: food, water, shelter and space. Through hands-on demonstrations, ...
Wednesday, 30 March 2005
...  Dr. Tom Reimchen (UVic Biology)- "BC's Salmon Forest - the uptake of nitrogen from salmon carcasses in enhancing rainforest productivity and biodiversity." Dr. Neville Winchester (UVic Biology)- ...
Tuesday, 15 March 2005
... oceans campaigner Karli Thomas. ?A marine reserve would not only protect biodiversity, but would be an investment in the future for Okinawa. An airbase would bring destruction, extinction and opposition.? ...
Saturday, 12 March 2005
... particularly in regions of the world that also host some of the planet’s greatest, and most threatened, biodiversity. Prior to the 1960s, most coffee was grown under the shade canopies of other ...
Tuesday, 08 March 2005
... - nitrogen 15 and rainforest biodiversity." Dr. Neville Winchester and Zoe Lindo - "New canopy arthropods and mites in the Upper Walbran Valley" Valerie Langer (Second Harvest Paper Project) - "Shifting ...
Tuesday, 22 February 2005
Blood in the snow

(International/Justice News)
... is providing $13m (?6.9m) for Kamchatkan ecotourism and biodiversity projects and $14m (?7.5m) for salmon conservation. More encouraging was the shocking move that came last July, when Kamchatka's ...
Monday, 21 February 2005
... which could forever destroy the biodiversity of our seeds and crops, and rob farmers of all freedoms, establishing a seed dictatorship. Eighty per cent of all seed in India is still saved by farmers. ...
Thursday, 17 February 2005
UN Ban Endures on Terminator Seeds

(International/Earth News)
... biodiversity, farmers' ability to save >seeds, and the risk of "sterilisation genes" ending up in wild plants.>>"Terminator", a term coined by activists for a specific technology >developed ...
Tuesday, 15 February 2005
... waste and global warming to shipping, fishing and biodiversity. A considerable number have shown remarkable success in striving toward the UN Millennium Development Goals in areas such as education, ...
Saturday, 05 February 2005
LEFT COAST EVENTS - Victoria & Islands - January 31, 2005 - Tuesday, Feb 5, 20051. UVic Greens - meeting - Jan 31st2. Healing Through Reflexology - introduction - Jan 31st3. Victoria Peace Coalition ...
Tuesday, 01 February 2005
LEFT COAST EVENTS - Lower Mainland - January 27th, 2005

(Vancouver - Lower Mainland/PEJ Events)
... changes to the provincial Wildlife Act F Updates on the provincial Biodiversity Strategy F Updates to the Sensitive Ecosystems Inventory data F Fisheries and Oceans Canada?s risk management policy for ...
Friday, 28 January 2005
... and biodiversity on which all life depends. I stand for justice. I stand against economic, political, and cultural institutions that promote a rat race mentality, huge economic and power inequalities, ...
Friday, 21 January 2005
... after others' needs, or their own. People ask me: "How can we protect biodiversity if we are to meet growing human needs?" My reply is that the only way to meet growing human needs is to protect biodiversity, ...
Friday, 07 January 2005
Researchers Predict Massive Avian Decline

(International/Justice News)
 Researchers Predict Massive Avian DeclineDecember 22, 2004Reporting by Roddy ScheerAs part of the most comprehensive study on worldwide avian biodiversity to date, researchers from Stanford University ...
Thursday, 23 December 2004
... out more information, and while you are there click on the "Take Action!" page to show your support for the preservation of these magnificent areas of biodiversity. * From: "EcoNews"  ...
Tuesday, 09 November 2004
...  Our paper, titled: The Coastal Temperate Rainforests of Canada: The need for ecosystem-based forest management, was published in the peer-reviewed scientific journal Biodiversity 5(3): 9-15, 2004. ...
Tuesday, 09 November 2004
... management, was published in the peer-reviewedscientific journal Biodiversity 5(3): 9-15, 2004. In April 2001, governmentand industry promised to explore how to implement environmentally-responsible logging ...
Tuesday, 09 November 2004
... out more information, and while you are there click on the "Take Action!" page to show your support for the preservation of these magnificent areas of biodiversity. * From: "EcoNews"  ...
Tuesday, 02 November 2004
... out more information, and while you are there click on the "Take Action!" page to show your support for the preservation of these magnificent areas of biodiversity. * From: "EcoNews"  ...
Tuesday, 02 November 2004
... special region: * Biodiversity of the Parkland, one of the richest and most diverse landscapes in the country. * Current status of the Parkland region in Alberta. * Conservation initiatives ...
Wednesday, 27 October 2004
... Convention would impact of the US economy and on US interests. (xlvi) Do you believe that the US is NOT required to conserve biodiversity because the US signed but did not ratify the Convention on ...
Sunday, 24 October 2004
... special region: * Biodiversity of the Parkland, one of the richest and most diverse landscapes in the country. * Current status of the Parkland region in Alberta. * Conservation initiatives ...
Saturday, 23 October 2004
... Patents and Quaker Action; and Food Security, Biodiversity and Intellectual Property. Geoff will speak on the barriers to fair international trade negotiations, the importance of giving voices to indigenous ...
Tuesday, 06 July 2004
'The Corporation' and Our Marmot

(International/Justice News)
... discussions? Their verdict: at least 45-60% of these final tracts must be preserved intact to protect just 30% of the area's awesome biodiversity. This scientific team was appointed by government, ...
Sunday, 28 March 2004
... "Berliner Zeitung" have published articles detailing BC's conflicting tourism practices and its impact o­n wilderness and endangered species. "Canada ratified an international biodiversity treaty ...
Thursday, 25 March 2004
... Jong also pledged to safeguard biodiversity in B.C. forests a day after the watchdog Forest Practices Board rapped the government's knuckles o­n the issue. A board study found old Forest Practices ...
Friday, 19 March 2004
... Coast Environmental Law and other conservation groups that the Province has failed to implement promised protections for biodiversity - a situation made worse by a new government regulation that introduce ...
Friday, 19 March 2004
... expected to nearly double by 2025. Climate change would further exacerbate this situation. Biodiversity losses, currently driven by habitat destruction associated with land-cover change, will be further ...
Friday, 12 March 2004
EARTH EDITOR SPECIAL -- The Earth Charter

(International/Justice News)
... and marine areas, to protect Earth's life support systems, maintain biodiversity, and preserve our natural heritage. c. Promote the recovery of endangered species and ecosystems. d. Control and eradicate ...
Thursday, 04 March 2004
The Corporation and March 2004 Calendar

(International/Justice News)
... series Nature, Scientific Advisor to the Executive Director of UNEP; Chief Biodiversity Advisor for the World Bank; co-author of Amazonia, Global Warming and Biological Diversity, and other titles. $12 ...
Wednesday, 03 March 2004
The Kyoto Shuffle

(International/Justice News)
... forests, fish, biodiversity and the oceans. Here is how Anderson describes his work: ?Nothing we do o­n climate change will have any appreciable effect in your lifetime or mine.? At the meeting he ...
Monday, 09 February 2004
... them to avoid, mitigate and compensate impacts o­n biodiversity in these areas," CI media relations director Jim Wyss told CorpWatch. "If left to operate in a vacuum, there is little hope to encourage ...
Monday, 12 January 2004
Boreal Framework - The Caccia Letter

(International/Justice News)
... are not ?conserved.?  I strongly disagree.  In fact, we will o­nly succeed in conserving boreal biodiversity if the managed forest, as well as the protected forest, makes a contribution to ...
Monday, 12 January 2004
One Million Species Under Threat

(International/Justice News)
... the main culprit of the biodiversity threat is the production of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide, by cars and industry that effectively trap heat in the Earth?s atmosphere, causing global warming. ...
Sunday, 11 January 2004
... trees and strengthening conservation of biodiversity,      (vii) Promoting nature-based solutions and socially equitable and environmentally sound transit and energy such as solar, wind, tidal, ...
Wednesday, 07 August 2019
... • Biodiversity and Climate Change issues considered under residuary powers • Criteria for inclusion under section 91 residuary powers • Canada has been obliged not to invoke internal law ...
Monday, 08 April 2019
... to enhancing biodiversity and supporting climate resiliency. We are concerned that these restoration projects would be used as climate mitigation schemes.   Forests are part of these ecosystems ...
Saturday, 09 February 2019
... as a means to offset emissions), to strengthen conservation of  biodiversity, to avoid all false solutions such as nuclear, geo-engineering and biofuels which would all violate principles within the UNFCCC, ...
Friday, 01 June 2018
... which ensure the supply of energy and nutrients (World Charter of Nature, 1992);   COMMITTED to the invoking of the precautionary principle, as enunciated in the Biodiversity Convention:  where ...
Thursday, 20 August 2015
... based on what is going in the forest, not always according to rules and theories.” See More on Selection Forestry in Other issues #2   (ii) Identification of biodiversity   Another ...
Sunday, 31 May 2015
COP 20: Coping With The COP

(Uncategorised Content)
...  The CBD also requires that countries must put in place measures to regulate, manage or control the risks associated with the release or use of GMOs that are likely to affect natural biodiversity ...
Monday, 15 December 2014
...  THE INTERNATIONAL VERSION OF THE PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE IS THE FOLLOWING; WHERETHERE ISA THREAT OF IRREVERSIBLE HARM OR A THRET OF LOSS OF BIODIVERSITY OR A THREAT ...
Tuesday, 23 September 2014
...  This principle is also contained in In the Convention on Biological Biodiversity, the precautionary principle read;   where there is a threat of significant reduction or loss of ...
Wednesday, 18 June 2014
... different chemical exposures are taken into account. For glyphosate formulations (Roundup), realistic exposure scenarios in the aquatic environment may harm non-target biodiversity from microorganisms, ...
Thursday, 03 April 2014
... DENOUNCE   THE HARPER GOVERNMENT, FOR OBSTRUCTING THE BIODIVERSITY PROTOCOL, INDIGENOUS GROUPS ALLEGE CANADIAN OBSTRUCTIONISM ON THE BIODIVERSITY ABS PROTOCOL   WE DENOUNCE . THE ...
Tuesday, 31 December 2013
... the psychological health of those adjacent to the pipeline will also be affected; they will always be apprehensive of a potential spill. 7. BIODIVERSITY Under Article 8k of the Convention on ...
Saturday, 03 August 2013
... everything into commodities: water, earth, the human genome, ancestral cultures, biodiversity, justice, ethics, the rights of peoples, and life itself. Under capitalism, Mother Earth is converted ...
Tuesday, 11 September 2012
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