Episode 437 Saving Caribou and Wolverines

Justina Ray is a scientist who is trying to save all kinds of wildlife. Her specialty is with carnivores, so she has spent time tracking rare wolverines in the Canadian Arctic. There she also was able to see herds of caribou in all directions, as far as the eye can see. Those herds are diminishing now, partly because of climate but also because of development in the region — oil and gas, mostly — so she must regularly inform government decision-makers about the risks. For the video, audio podcast, transcript, and public comments: https://tosavetheworld.ca/episode-437-saving-caribou-and-wolverines/. Then share your own experiences with wildlife on the public comments column.


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