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Conservation Ontario estimates that about three-quarters of the province's floodplain maps are out of date. The dangers start with property damage and extend as far as potential loss of life.
Efforts to save the endangered monarch butterfly have intensified in recent years. Now a new project aims to bring awareness to the plight of more obscure species.
Dog-strangling vine has been spreading through some of Ontario’s rarest habitats. A ravenous Ukrainian moth may be the answer.
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Climate change is causing the eastern redbud to move north. What does that mean for the species — and for pollinators?
Extreme heat events can be deadly, and they’re happening more often — so why aren’t we taking them seriously?
In big cities, conventional wastewater plants are the norm, but when it comes to small-scale sewage treatment, greener options are out there.
New legislation aims to update the province’s aging rules governing conservation authorities — agencies that are becoming increasingly important amid climate change.
An Ontario bug hunter is helping catalogue and conserve species — one tweet at a time.
Wherever these endangered birds are found, volunteers can be counted on to protect them — but the species may never be able to survive on its own.