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Is Eating Kosher Seafood Better for the Environment?

Posted July 22, 2014 by Anonymous

In some ways, absolutely yes. That’s the conclusion reached by researchers from NOAA and California State University, Channel Islands. And it mostly has to do with the distance that seafood travels from the ocean to your plate.Read more…

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Sales Of Animal Body Parts Can Be More Lucrative Than Cocaine

Posted July 22, 2014 by Anonymous

The global trade in illegal wildlife is now estimated to be valued at $10 billion per year. TRAFFIC, the wildlife trade monitoring network, compiled a chart of the street value of animal parts, to show how demand is pushing some species to the brink o…

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Julia, Child

Posted July 8, 2014 by Perogyo

Julia, ChildWords by: Kyo MaclearPictures by: Julie MorstadPublished by: Tundra BooksPublished on: July 9, 2014Ages: 4+What do you make when you add a love of cooking to a bowl full of friendship and bake with the talent of two of Canada’s most loved c…

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Solar Tour 2014

Posted June 21, 2014 by John Klein

Cowessess Wind Developments Ltd. turbine. 800kW at 32mi/h tailless, computer controlled. Has Li-ion batteries. Solar farm and home system of 10kW Inverter anti-islanding. Prevents electrifying the grid while grid is down. Isolation ring for the meter can be installed so you can attach a generator to the house to let the inverter keep working during […]

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Norman, Speak

Posted May 30, 2014 by Perogyo

Norman, SpeakWritten by: Caroline AddersonIllustrated by: Qin LengPublished by:  Groundwood BooksPublished on: May 13 2014Ages: 4+When you welcome someone into your life, and communication doesn’t go as planned, what do you do? Do you just stop th…

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Dolphins die after getting trapped in Newfoundland ice (graphic video)

Posted March 17, 2014 by The Canadian Press

PORT AUX BASQUES, N.L. — All but three of about 30 white-beaked dolphins that became trapped in ice off southwestern Newfoundland have died, federal fisheries officials said Monday. A spokesman for the Fisheries and Oceans Department said officers visited the […]

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Safari in Saskatchewan at Grasslands National Park

Posted August 16, 2013 by Corbin Fraser

Finding wildlife in Saskatchewan isn’t particularly hard; however, one will note that cattle and horses often spot the prairie fields and pasture land more often than those more wild. Finding eagles, osprey, bison, moose, bears, and coyotes sometimes takes hours upon hours of driving, and usually quite a bit of luck. For the animal enthusiast, […]

Safari in Saskatchewan at Grasslands National Park is a post from: I Backpack Canada

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