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In an era of ostensibly enlightened ecological stewardship, it is concerning to say the least that wetland destruction continues seemingly unabated. The temptation is to frame the renewed threat to wetlands across Ontario (and elsewhere) as a matter of simple economics. Indeed, those at the...
Reconfiguring student involvement in university sustainability assessments and reporting can create important learning opportunities. In the 1990s, students conducted campus environmental audits and assessments, which were often the first step towards improving university environmental practices...
Courses in urban ecology are increasingly being offered in higher education to advance students’ understanding of the relationships between humans, their built environment, and ecosystem services and functions. Yet despite the social and scientific importance of issues related to urban...
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