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In The Reeds: Canada's Conservation Podcast

Welcome to the official podcast of Ducks Unlimited Canada. This podcast gets into the thick of it. We talk about the issues that intersect with the wild, unpredictable, and ever-changing challenges of conservation in Canada. We want to make you think, we want to educate you, we want to inspire you, and we want you to feel like you belong with us. If you wanna talk about our planet, our ecosystems, our weird world of wetlands, waterfowl, and wildlife – this is your podcast. Welcome home.
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Jan 29, 2020

The theme of this year’s World Wetlands Day is biodiversity. As Australia’s bushfires rage on, the state of their biodiversity remains front-page news. Dr. Chris Dickman, a professor of ecology at the University of Sydney, assess the devastation and shares why he believes Australia is the canary in the coalmine for the rest of the world. Then, Canada’s own biodiversity expert, Dr. Kai Chan, helps us to understand what lessons Australia’s biodiversity challenges can teach us here at home.

Jan 14, 2020
Join host Jennifer Sanford for a conversation with Dr. John Clague, the grandfather of Canada’s natural hazard research. Learn about what happens to wetlands after major earthquakes and what role wetlands play in mitigating floods, tornados, and wildfire.
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