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September 1, 2018

Book Review – Energy Sprawl Solutions: Balancing Global Development and Conservation

Wild Lands Advocate book review by: Ian Urquhart Joseph M. Kiesecker and David E. Naugle…

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September 1, 2018

How Green Is Alberta’s Renewable Energy Development?

Wild Lands Advocate article by: Ian Urquhart Click here to download a pdf copy of this…

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August 1, 2018

Public Lands: The Next Target for Alberta’s Renewable Energy Land Rush?

Will the Government of Alberta allow industrial scale wind and solar farms on public lands?…

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November 24, 2017

Chris Turner Imagines the Future: Climate Change, Conservation, and Citites

March 2018 Wild Lands Advocate article by: Ian Urquhart Click here for a pdf version of the…

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December 1, 2015

Alberta’s Climate Leadership Plan

Wild Lands Advocate update from December 2015 by Joanna Skrajny, Conservation Specialist. The Government of Alberta announced…

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There is an urgent need to engage people with nature. All aspects of it. Not just the pretty bears and cute snakes. Also the realities of it, the death, struggles, and pain. Not only are people losing touch with nature, they are losing touch with the realities of nature.
- Clayton Lamb, January 2018
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