Posts By: Carys Pinches

Careless desert reclamation in Egypt is unsustainable

What kind of community would you build with 700,000 square kilometers of open space? Most likely you would want to build something that would last; something that would be sustainable, and make use of the contemporary “green” values that are incorporated into modern construction; something that could house many people in a comfortable amount of… Read more »

Just how grizzly is the trophy hunt?

It’s hard to imagine anyone feeling a sense of pride as they walk away from a skinned grizzly bear: missing its noble head and all four of its powerful paws, lifeless, rotting in the middle of one of B.C.’s pristine protected areas. Yet the grizzly bear hunt is still permitted in B.C., including many of… Read more »