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2021

(May 5, 2021). The “No Mow May” Challenge is on.
(April 4, 2021). Failing All Our Relations: Ontario’s planning process shirks meaningful Indigenous engagementeaningful-indigenous-engagement.
(March 3, 2021). Stand your constitutional ground – Return of the Native Hardy Perennials.
(February 2, 2021). Barriers, by-laws, and the biophilic city.

2020

(November 11, 2020). LETTER: County has duty to consult Indigenous community.
(October 10, 2020). Meadow Politics.
(October 10, 2020). ‘What kind of barbarian would mow buttercups?’: The city tried to rip up a local ecologist’s natural garden. Now she’s fighting back.
(October 10, 2020). This ecologist was told she could keep her natural garden. Here’s why she’s fighting city hall anyway.
(October 10, 2020). The cities of the future won’t just be greener, they’ll be more resilient too.
(September 9, 2020). Ryerson Professor Advocates For Lawn Biodiversity In Toronto.
(September 9, 2020). Is It Time To Rethink Our Lawns?.
(September 9, 2020). Podcast Episode 4, Urban biodiversity with Nina-Marie Lister.
(September 9, 2020). Battle over front-yard meadow thick with irony.
(May 5, 2020). Green only for some, Toronto must commit to more and better parks after COVID-19.
(May 5, 2020). Lost and Found: A Companion Essay to the Art Works of Katrine Claassens.
(May 5, 2020). Park it: How can we use public green spaces safely during COVID pandemic?.
(May 5, 2020). Why urban planners were not surprised by Toronto’s packed public park.
(May 5, 2020). Katrine Claassens—Love Letters to the Muted World.
(May 5, 2020). COVID has upended all the normal routines in our lives and work. How do you imagine you might be changed by it, both professionally, but also personally as you negotiate a new post-virus “normal”?.
(April 4, 2020). Reconnecting the wild: Ensuring safe passage through animal road crossings.
(April 4, 2020). Reconnecting the wild: Ensuring safe passage through animal road crossings.
(March 3, 2020). TNOC Summit Dialogue: How can professors help mobilize knowledge?.
(January 1, 2020). Biodiversity Action Agenda.

2019

(June 6, 2019). Announcing Our 2019 LAF Olmsted Scholars.
(June 6, 2019). How wildlife bridges over highways make animals — and people — safer.
(March 3, 2019). Where the wild things cross.
(February 2, 2019). Biodiversity Action Agenda.
(February 2, 2019). ANIMAL ROAD CROSSINGS ENSURE SAFE PASSAGE FOR WILDLIFE.

2018

(October 10, 2018). CaGBC Ontario Green Building Excellence and Leadership Awards.
(June 6, 2018). Parks Canada prepares to open largest wildlife overpass of its kind in Yoho National Park.

2017

(August 8, 2017). Imagine an “ecological certification” for urban design. What are such a certification’s key elements?.
(August 8, 2017). Designing Urban Nature: The Domain of Ecologically Informed Planners or Landscape Architects?.
(July 7, 2017). Designing Urban Nature: The Domain of Ecologically Informed Planners or Landscape Architects?.
(July 7, 2017). Wildlife crossings stop roadkill. Why aren’t there more?.
(June 6, 2017). Wildlife Crossings Get a Whole New Look.
(March 3, 2017). How Large Parks Complete Cities.
(February 2, 2017). Of Wilderness, Wild-ness, and Wild Things.
(January 1, 2017). You say po-TAY-to. What ecologists and landscape architects don’t get about each other, but ought to..
(January 1, 2017). Arc Solutions Highpoints 2016.

2016

(December 12, 2016). Highlights from The Nature of Cities in 2016.
(December 12, 2016). Read this! 90 recommendations for the one book about (or relevant to) cities that everyone should read.
(October 10, 2016). City Marks Steps to Reclaim—and Re-Imagine—Don River Valley.
(August 8, 2016). Web Exclusive: Canada at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.
(August 8, 2016). Reporting From The Front: Venice Architecture Biennale.
(June 6, 2016). The New Landscape Declaration: Visions for the Next 50 years..
(June 6, 2016). What’s at Stake? The Canadian Presence at the 2016 International Architecture Exhibition.
(June 6, 2016). Of Wilderness, Wild-ness, and Wild Things.
(May 5, 2016). Book Reviews: Projective Ecologies / A Natural History of English Gardening: 1650 to 1800.
(May 5, 2016). Exhibit offers grounded take on impact of Canadian mining.
(May 5, 2016). EXTRACTION at Biennale Architettura 2016.
(May 5, 2016). Research revives call for independent observers on N.L. offshore oil platforms.
(March 3, 2016). From Reactive to Proactive Resilience: Designing the New Sustainability.
(March 3, 2016). Knowing vs. Doing: Propelling Design with Ecology.
(March 3, 2016). Knowing vs. Doing: Propelling Design with Ecology.

2015

(December 12, 2015). Canada’s 2016 Venice Biennale theme digs into the country’s influence in resource extraction.
(December 12, 2015). Canadian exhibit at Venice Biennale to dig into resource exploitation.
(September 9, 2015). Changing the landscape for safer roadways.
(May 5, 2015). Hidden landmarks: Why Toronto is at the forefront of the landscape architecture movement.
(April 4, 2015). What’s Out There Weekend Goes North.
(April 4, 2015). What’s Out There Toronto Guide.

2014

(September 9, 2014). Lonely Cougars Look for Love In Southern California.
(September 9, 2014). Lonely Cougars Look for Love in Southern California.

2013

(March 3, 2013). To Build Or Not To Build A Road: How Do We Honor The Landscape?.

2012

(August 8, 2012). Arc Solutions Highpoints.
(April 4, 2012). A Zest For Bridges: 2012 Award Of Excellence Winner Theodore Zoli.

2011

(August 8, 2011). Flooding needs to be dealt with before any Ferris wheels appear in port lands.
(June 6, 2011). Building a Better Crosswalk — for Moose, Bear and Elk.
(June 6, 2011). Interview with Nina-Marie Lister on Ecological Urbanism.
(June 6, 2011). Crossing to Safety.
(May 5, 2011). Wildlife design contest scores in innovation.
(May 5, 2011). Throughways for Wildlife.
(April 4, 2011). When Species Collide: Throughways for Wildlife.
(March 3, 2011). Safer Passage: Five Design Teams Competed to Help Animals Cross a Road.
(February 2, 2011). A Wildlife Crossing That’s Truly Wild.
(February 2, 2011). Banff bridges leading to new ideas.
(February 2, 2011). Banff inspires new generation of wildlife overpassess.
(February 2, 2011). ARC Wildlife Crossing Project Names Winner of Design Competition.
(January 1, 2011). Helping moose across the highway.
(January 1, 2011). Helping Moose Across The Highway.
(January 1, 2011). Mighty Motorcycles, Cheap Carbon-Free Gas, Plural for Prius?.
(January 1, 2011). Across the Great Divide.
(January 1, 2011). Across the great divide.
(January 1, 2011). Across The Great Divide / A Safe Passage,.
(January 1, 2011). Heard on the Hill: Governing Like the Wolf.
(January 1, 2011). How Not to Hit a Deer: Give ‘Em a Road Crossing That Looks Like Home.
(January 1, 2011). Michael Van Valkenburgh Wins Vail Overpass Competition, Colorado’s Deer Send Thanks.
(January 1, 2011). A Simple Concrete Bridge That Could Save America’s Wildlife.
(January 1, 2011). For Wildlife, A Safe Highway Crossing.
(January 1, 2011). Better Crossing Design Can Reduce Collisions between Wildlife and People.
(January 1, 2011). Better Crossing Design Can Reduce Collisions between Wildlife and People.
(January 1, 2011). Colo. wildlife crossing design selected.
(January 1, 2011). Colo. wildlife crossing design selected.
(January 1, 2011). Colo. wildlife crossing design selected.
(January 1, 2011). Wildlife bridge contest: Winning West Vail Pass entry “elegant” yet practical.
(January 1, 2011). Design selected for I-70 wildlife crossing near Vail.
(January 1, 2011). Tree-covered wildlife crossing proposed near Vail.
(January 1, 2011). For Wildlife, a Safe Highway Crossing.
(January 1, 2011). Banff wildlife could benefit from new crossings.
(January 1, 2011). Design picked for Vail Pass overpass.
(January 1, 2011). Design Picked for Wildlife Crossing.
(January 1, 2011). Building A Better Crosswalk – For Moose, Bear And Elk.
(January 1, 2011). Building a Better Crosswalk — for Moose, Bear and Elk.
(January 1, 2011). Design Competition Seeks to Make Wildlife Crossings Safer.
(January 1, 2011). Helping Bambi cross the road.
(January 1, 2011). New survey looks at wildlife and highway crossings.
(January 1, 2011). Wildlife Safety Near Superhighways Is Focus Of Unique International Design Competition.
(January 1, 2011). Wildlife Safety near Superhighways is Focus of Unique International Design Competition.

2010

(December 12, 2010). Why Did the Elk (or Bear or Deer or Lynx) Cross the Road?.
(December 12, 2010). ARC Wildlife Crossing Finalists.
(December 12, 2010). Can a Wildlife Bridge Fix America’s $8 Billion Roadkill Problem?.
(December 12, 2010). Solving the Roadkill Problem With Wildlife Bridges.
(November 11, 2010). Next Generation of Wildlife Crossings Un-Vailed in ARC Competition.
(November 11, 2010). Five Better Ways To Help Bears, Bobcats And Lynx Cross A Colorado Highway.
(November 11, 2010). Finalists named in designs for I-70 wildlife crossing.
(October 10, 2010). Wildlife and Highways: New Ideas Sought for Colorado’s ‘Berlin Wall’.
(September 9, 2010). Designers wrestle with wildlife crossing.
(September 9, 2010). Wildlife is meeting innovation in Vail.
(September 9, 2010). ARC Announces 5 Finalists to Design Safe Passage for Colorado Animals.
(September 9, 2010). Finalists named in competition to design I-70 wildlife crossing on Vail Pass.
(September 9, 2010). West Vail Pass wildlife bridge: Will design contest help save endangered animals?.
(July 7, 2010). ARC International Wildlife Crossing Infrastructure Design Competition.
(May 5, 2010). Rising seas, raising hopes.
(April 4, 2010). Interview with Nina-Marie Lister.

2009

(December 12, 2009). West Vail Pass is center of design contest for animal crossing.