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June 2016

Maatalii Okalik

People & Culture

Q&A with Maatalii Okalik

The president of the National Inuit Youth Council talks climate change, women's issues and Inuit culture

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  • 4 minutes

Articles

Temperature data from four international science institutions

Environment

Is climate change linked to geomagnetism?

Crackpot theory or viable explanation?

  • 706 words
  • 3 minutes
At six acres, the green roof that covers the West Building of the Vancouver Convention Centre is the largest in Canada

Environment

Five of Canada’s most innovative green roofs

From Vancouver to Montreal, green roofs are changing the upper levels of urban centers

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  • 3 minutes
Hydro map

Science & Tech

Climate change and hydro power

What does the future of hydroelectricity look like in Canada?

  • 667 words
  • 3 minutes
Photo: Nick Walker/Canadian Geographic

Science & Tech

John Smol on the Anthropocene

The lake expert and paleolimnology pioneer addresses the details and evidence of a new epoch

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  • 4 minutes
Map

Mapping

Magnetic maps helped 18th century mariners

How navigators kept track of an unseen force that could affect their course

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  • 1 minutes

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Map

Mapping

Adam Fenech on P.E.I.’s rising sea levels

How a digital visualisation is showing islanders the future toll of climate change on their home

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  • 4 minutes
Sea lampreys

Wildlife

Sea lampreys in Lake Superior to be targeted hard this summer

The Great Lakes Fisheries Commission and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service are working hard to reduce the number of invasive sea lampreys in Lake Superior

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Yellow rails are among the species researchers are tracking using bioacoustics

Wildlife

Researchers tracking climate change with sound

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  • 2 minutes
Photo: Carolyn Janzen/Can Geo Photo Club

History

Throwback Thursday: Turning wheat straw into paper

Canada produces approximately 20 million tonnes of unused wheat straw, which could instead be made into enough paper for 20 million magazines

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