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CO-EVOLVING WITH THE WOLVES: ANY IMPLICATIONS FOR SUSTAINABILITY?

Ecological science confirms the interdependence of all life, what some spiritual traditions call “inter-being”. And the belief that humans are somehow ordained to do as we please with nature will be our ultimate folly. So we are going to need … Continue reading

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Why We’d Better Learn from the Gulf Oil Spill

Saskatchewan’s economy is second only to Alberta’s in oil and gas export. The fossil fuels mostly go south to the US, which, along with China, is the biggest energy glutton on the planet. This is an inherently unsustainable energy system … Continue reading

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Facing Our Ecocidal Views After BP’S Gulf Disaster

British Petroleum (BP) is either engaging in a shell-game or incompetent, perhaps both. Initially it said 1,000 gallons was spewing daily from their damaged underwater well head. Then it altered this to 5,000 gallons. Scientists were skeptical once BP belatedly … Continue reading

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Why We’d Better Learn from the Gulf Oil Spill

Saskatchewan’s economy is second only to Alberta’s in oil and gas export. The fossil fuels mostly go south to the US, which, along with China, is the biggest energy glutton on the planet. This is an inherently unsustainable energy system … Continue reading

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Wildlife Management and the Call of the Wild

Sometimes we avoid clarifying our thoughts on controversial topics. We’re not even aware of our inclinations until we contact our deeper feelings. Recently I awoke at 4 am to the howling of coyotes on the hills to the east of … Continue reading

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Is Bounty Hunting Justified?

The bounty on coyotes was announced last November as a pilot project. It was launched by the province because coyotes are a “perennial problem” for farmers and ranchers and are becoming a danger to rural families. There are no limits … Continue reading

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