Jamie DSouza

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Jamie lives in Montreal, Quebec and recently completed a Master of Arts in Geography from the University of Ottawa. With a passion for the environment, polar bears, and the Arctic, she conducted research on the relationship between climate change and polar bear viewing tourism in Churchill, Canada. Her experience working for the Office of Campus Sustainability at the University of Ottawa and helping with their Free Store – a store built on the mission to reduce waste from entering the landfill, has led Jamie towards a career in waste management.

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Water-powered shower head speaker made from recycled plastic wins honors at CES

Water-powered shower head speaker made from recycled plastic wins honors at CES

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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

Polar Bears, a Beacon of Hope Guest Post By Krista Wright, Executive Director at Polar Bears International It’s February 2021, polar bear moms and cubs are...
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Empire State Building Realty Trust Now 100% Powered by Wind

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...
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