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Wild rice and high water - A northern harvest under threat

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Northern Saskatchewan produces the majority of Canada’s wild rice.

"Wild rice is particular about where, when, and how it grows. “We’re very susceptible to high water...If it comes up at a certain time of the year, it drowns the wild rice. In the past, heavy rains and high water would cause damage one year out of every five, on average. “It’s more like two years out of five now [that] we have problems with the higher water flooding, with the water coming up in our lakes.”

Don't trade global warming for nuclear meltdowns

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The climate change crisis is upon us. The world's leading climate scientists agree that time is rapidly running out and that urgent steps are needed in the next 10 years to dramatically reduce our carbon emissions.

But exchanging global warming for nuclear meltdown is not the answer.

Pandora's Promise - Film and Panel Discussion - October 1, 2013

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Pandora’s Promise is a new film by director Robert Stone which claims to tell "the intensely personal stories of environmentalists and energy experts who have undergone a radical conversion from being fiercely anti to strongly pro-nuclear energy, risking their careers and reputations in the process." Find out for yourself, see the film at the Roxy Theatre in Saskatoon on October 1, 2013, followed by a panel discussion. Visit our Facebook event page.

5 Reasons Solar is Beating Fossil Fuels by Jacob Sandry

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September 6, 2013 - "The solar industry is growing drastically every year, while fossil fuels continue to be phased out. This is why it’s frustrating to hear people say that renewable energy is not ready to compete with fossil fuels as a means to power our country. Here are five reasons why solar is already winning." See the original article for more links and graphics.

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