Earth Day event for the love of coastlines

Peninsula News Review
April 20, 2012

By Arnold Lim

After 35 years, Brian Falconer still loves navigating B.C.’s coastlines.

Unfortunately he finds himself navigating the political landscape, as often as the geological one, and wishes for a day that is no longer the case.

“Earth Day is a day we really contemplate the incredible blessings we have on this coast,” said the coordinator of marine operations for Raincoast Conservation. “It is a day to contemplate what makes our lives really rich and a day to contemplate what we could do to protect that.”

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