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Zoe Cormier

Zoe Cormier is a freelance journalist and science writer from Toronto, Canada and now based in London. She has been shortlisted for the Canadian National Magazine Awards twice. With a background in biology, she now specializes in covering environmental issues and is the resident ‘alternative science’ blogger for the NI.…

  • Sat Feb 13 15:56:56 2016
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Death by a thousand cuts

Alberta’s waterways are threatened by Canada’s tar sands operations…

  • Tue Dec 8 08:23:54 2009
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Ship of Fools

Blessed chaos looms at last.…

  • Wed Jul 8 12:58:49 2009
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Passing the time of day

Stuck fast and imprisoned on a barge, with the world's most useless qualification - a stone's throw from Aldermaston nuclear weapons establishment…

  • Thu Jun 18 14:38:25 2009
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Praying for rain

Minor drama strikes large barge…

  • Mon Jun 15 08:14:05 2009
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Breathing again

Aboriginal sea rights a landmark victory…

  • Thu Oct 2 00:05:00 2008
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Endgame in the Amazon

Is Ecuador’s bold proposal not to exploit a billion barrels of oil in the Yasuní National Park a serious option for combating climate change? If so, the world is going to have to move fast, warns Vanessa Baird.…

  • Tue Jul 1 20:42:00 2008
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Niña’s Ark

So El Niño’s cold sister, La Niña, has deflected the jetstream andsubmerged the Heart of England under foul water…

  • Tue Jul 24 14:27:00 2007
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The problem is the solution

How the prospect of penury forced *David Ransom* to discover that there’s more than money to be saved both at work and at his new home on a Dutch barge.…

  • Sun Jul 1 10:08:00 2007
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Waterworld

If National Parks are commonplace on land, argues Sara Holden, why not marine reserves at sea?PLUS: An illustrated guide to Marine Reserves.…

  • Mon Jan 1 10:15:00 2007
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