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Tag Archives: Canada
Aboriginal languages in Canada are struggling to survive. This is part of a global pattern. About 3,000 of the world’s 6,000-7,000 languages are viewed to be endangered. 95% of languages are spoken by only 6% of the world’s people – … Continue reading
Agriculture increases the supply of food supplied by an ecosystem, but often decreases its ability to supply other services. The same appears to be true for salmon aquaculture. In the Toronto Globe and Mail, Vancouver journalist Mark Hume reports Declining … Continue reading