The Forest for the Trees: Taking Stock of Our Provincial Old Growth

Colin Gray

It’s easy to lose yourself in old growth forest, your neck craned back to admire the towering canopy and your voice kept low as to not disturb the silence. Stepping into one is like entering a cathedral, and having its defining features pointed out is like an initiation into some exclusive club. And the more you see, the more lofty your membership.

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Our Acidified Oceans and the Pitfalls of Chemistry: Exploring the Causes and Consequences of our Carbon Addiction

A Coral Reef

The buildup of C02 in our atmosphere is the defining issue of our time, caused by the fundamental workings of our civilization and resulting in the catastrophic warming of our planet. But while our eyes are rightly fixed on this climbing thermometer, another consequence of rising C02 often escapes our gaze.

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