Debora Lucyk

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After living most of her adult life in cities, raising a beautiful daughter, and working as a freelance videographer, Debbi's life took a turning point that led her to an old-growth clearcut in a community watershed. It was the first time she heard the voices of the Cedar trees. Burnt out and empty from the music industry she had been involved in, she let it go. On her paddleboard, she found the nurture of the ocean. She fell in love with the Sechelt Inlet and two years later heard the quest answering words “you should buy Doug’s house!”. Two months later she was barging her entire life over, boat access, off the grid. Soon, having never driven a boat before, she got a little 13-foot aluminum. Eventually, she worked up to a landing craft, learned the currents of the Skookumchuck Rapids, added the spirit of oneness to her small farm roots, and was in a position to better walk her talk of living with the earth. She’s the person who will boat over to a stranger to politely let them know they are fishing in a conservation area, “In case they didn’t know”.

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Electronic ears spy on poachers in a key Central American jaguar habitat

Electronic ears spy on poachers in a key Central American jaguar habitat

The international NGO Panthera has been using acoustical monitoring systems to support their anti-poaching patrols in Guatemala and Honduras since 2017. The acoustical...

Polar Bears, a Beacon of Hope

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Renewable energy could render five of Australia’s remaining coal plants unviable by 2025

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Empire State Building Realty Trust Now 100% Powered by Wind

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Large privately owned redwood forest is preserved in $24.7 million deal

Large privately owned redwood forest is preserved in $24.7 million deal

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain A vast redwood forest located 80 miles north of San Francisco and sprawling nearly as large as Big Basin...
Environmental policies not always bad for business, study finds

Environmental policies not always bad for business, study finds

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Critics claim environmental regulations hurt productivity and profits, but the reality is more nuanced, according to an analysis of...
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