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Lynn Kavanagh

Opinion | BY LYNN KAVANAGH | December 23, 2021
Curbing diets heavy in animal-sourced foods is necessary to protect both the environment and public health, writes Lynn Kavanagh. Photograph courtesy of Pexels.com
Opinion | BY LYNN KAVANAGH | December 23, 2021
Opinion | BY LYNN KAVANAGH | December 23, 2021
Curbing diets heavy in animal-sourced foods is necessary to protect both the environment and public health, writes Lynn Kavanagh. Photograph courtesy of Pexels.com
Opinion | BY LYNN KAVANAGH | July 24, 2017
Although consumer plastic is often viewed as the culprit, and these are mostly where Canada’s commitments currently lie, a lesser known but significant source of ocean pollution, lost and discarded fishing gear ('ALDFG' or 'ghost gear'), is estimated to contribute at least 10 per cent of the volume of marine litter. Photograph courtesy of World Animal Protection
Opinion | BY LYNN KAVANAGH | July 24, 2017
Opinion | BY LYNN KAVANAGH | July 24, 2017
Although consumer plastic is often viewed as the culprit, and these are mostly where Canada’s commitments currently lie, a lesser known but significant source of ocean pollution, lost and discarded fishing gear ('ALDFG' or 'ghost gear'), is estimated to contribute at least 10 per cent of the volume of marine litter. Photograph courtesy of World Animal Protection
Opinion | BY LYNN KAVANAGH | June 15, 2016
A juvenile grey whale breaching while entangled in a lobster trap line. The rope is caught in its mouth. Naturepl.com photo by Brandon Cole
Opinion | BY LYNN KAVANAGH | June 15, 2016
Opinion | BY LYNN KAVANAGH | June 15, 2016
A juvenile grey whale breaching while entangled in a lobster trap line. The rope is caught in its mouth. Naturepl.com photo by Brandon Cole