Andrew Reeves is a Toronto-based freelance environmental journalist who is working on a book about Asian carp.
Using Citytrees, citizen scientists can map Toronto’s tree canopy — and gather data vital to protecting it.
Fishers have noticed more bass in the north anecdotally, but now research backs up the trend. Climate change is increasing the count of this species, which can easily out-eat other fish.
The forests of the north could be next on the menu for the devastating mountain pine beetle as climate change makes the woods a more attractive home for it.
As Asian carp threaten the Great Lakes ecosystem, environmental journalist Andrew Reeves explains how an international effort has mobilized against it – and how that fight can shape future threats from invasive species.
If Asian carp manage to take hold in the Great Lakes, they’ll starve the other plankton-eating fish by out-eating them. The ripple effects could decimate the fishing industry.