Pandemic board game- by David McLeish

We must now plan for living in pandemic times.

Many reference the Spanish flu of 1918, suggesting that once this is ‘over,’ we might enjoy another 122 years before the next pandemic. Not so. Scientists have been warning us that our fun loving, globe trotting days were numbered. Indeed, had we cared to look, there has been abundant evidence that we need

hummingbirdsmall- by John Fearnall

With so much doom and gloom out there, off the top of my head, here are some positive Covid-19 pandemic observations:

- The social media hive mind is finally working in positive ways. I know our response was definitely not ideal, but would we have been able to act as quickly without. . .

river wetland- by Steve Brackenridge, Director, Ontario Federation of Agriculture

In principle we all want the same thing – clean water and a healthy environment.

Ontario is home to one of the most diverse natural landscapes and environments in the country. We’re fortunate to have an expanse of natural watercourses...

storm surge - by David McLeish

Recent developments on Lake Erie ought to give Owen Sound City Council pause for thought relative to its recent decision to postpone engaging expertise in Climate Change (CC) in its planning process.

Climate change is not a straight path to warmer...




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