Wildlife management isn’t rocket science (but it should still be other kinds of science)

Wildlife management isn’t rocket science (but it should still be other kinds of science)

Do wildlife management policies in North America consistently rely on good evidence? Do management wildlife agencies commit to hallmarks of science in their methodologies? When governments defend hunting laws and regulations by touting science, should we accept their claims at face value? Listen to Carol Off and Kyle Artelle discuss…

Raincoast executive director joins CBC’s BC Almanac to talk about the new grizzly bear hunting ban policy announcement

Raincoast executive director joins CBC’s BC Almanac to talk about the new grizzly bear hunting ban policy announcement

Last week Chris Genovali joined CBC’s BC Almanac to talk about the NDP announcement to ban grizzly bear hunting in the Great Bear Rainforest. BC Almanac also interviewed Andrew Weaver and Jesse Zeeman of the BC Wildlife Federation about the proposed…

Save the great bears

Save the great bears

Help us bring a permanent end to commercial trophy hunting in the Great Bear Rainforest Working with our Coastal First Nations partners, our goal is to acquire all remaining commercial hunting tenures in the Great Bear Rainforest. You can help us extinguish guided hunting. Donate to Save the Great Bears Your donation will help us…

Quirks and Quarks: Unnatural Selection

CBC’s Bob McDonald speaks with Chris Darimont about natural selection: It’s perhaps not surprising that humans are having an impact on the evolution of other animals on the planet. What is surprising, according to Dr. Chris Darimont, an NSERC postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Environmental Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz, is the…