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Coastal and Water

Posted: Mon, Jan 27, 2014
Recent research suggests that 44% of Canadian bird species are declining; including one-third of the species found in the Maritimes. Habitat loss, pollution, climate change and outdoor cats all negatively affect our bird populations.
Posted: Mon, Jan 27, 2014
Photo: Simon Ryder-Burbidge
Posted: Mon, Jan 20, 2014
Cats are extremely popular household pets - over a third of Canadian households share their homes with at least one cat. Unfortunately, the rise in cat populations exceeds that of Canadian homes, and many of these pets are homeless – stray, abandoned, or feral.
Posted: Mon, Jan 20, 2014
Posted: Sun, Jan 19, 2014
We have many types of resources, and we hope that we have what you are looking for!  Please let us know if we can provide you with additional information on our project areas, or other emerging issues.
Posted: Sun, Jan 19, 2014
 
Posted: Sun, Jan 19, 2014
Today in Nova Scotia, 35% of people draw directly from local groundwater resources for their water, and the rest of us rely indirectly on groundwater. Although the quality of groundwater is generally good in most areas, some regions have aquifers that are under stress from over pumping.
Posted: Sun, Jan 19, 2014
Many coastal property owners in Nova Scotia are concerned about property loss or damage due to erosion (sediment movement caused by water and wind). Traditionally, boulders or rock walls have been used to reduce property loss.
Posted: Sat, Jan 18, 2014
Posted: Sat, Jan 18, 2014
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