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Climate Ghosts author: To save more species, treat them like kin

Climate Ghosts author: To save more species, treat them like kin

For Professor Nancy Langston, our intransigence in protecting struggling species like caribou and others is a puzzle. These species exist in our memories and culture, and we’ve invested in protecting them, so why do their populations continue to crash? 

That’s the question at the core of Langston’s latest book, “Climate Ghosts: Migratory Species in the Anthropocene”.

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London figure skater, partner not named to Olympic squad, angering fans

Londoner Evelyn Walsh and skating partner Trennt Michaud won’t be heading to Beijing next month for the Winter Olympics despite a second-place finish in the national championships, Skate Canada officials announced Sunday. The figure skating pair rocketed to a second-place finish Saturday in the senior competition at the Canadian Tire National Figure Skating Championships in […]

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