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COURSE PARTICIPANT BLOGS

Each year, the participants of CoPEH-Canada's hybrid course write a blog on a topic of their choice related to ecosystem approaches to health and share with the other participants. Then everyone votes on their top three blogs and the three highest scoring blogs are published here. Along with the votes, participants have to provide a tweet for each blog they voted for, which we then use to publisize the blogs from our @copeh_canada twitter account

 

2021 HYBRID COURSE PARTICIPANTS' BLOGS

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Kids getting their hands dirty: A step in outdoor learning

By Kristine Pohorilyj

 

Tent-sion brewing? Balancing the health of parks and people as pandemic camping ramps up

By Catherine Reining

 

2020 HYBRID COURSE PARTICIPANTS' BLOGS

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A Bitter Farewell to Chocolate

By Jamie Goltz

A wolf track a day… keeps the doctor away?

By Ella Parker

Colonization's Collateral Damage and the Sweet Blood of Indigenous People

By Marina Wanes

 

2019 HYBRID COURSE PARTICIPANTS' BLOGS

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Killing Us Softly with Denim Production

By Jenn Diederich

The new danger that hides under water bodies due to climate change

By Mohamed T Adam Mohamed

Plastic pollution a threat to the marine environmentare there bigger fish to fry?

By Sarah Robinson

 

2018 HYBRID COURSE PARTICIPANTS' BLOGS

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Demand for beer cans tied to ancestral bones washing ashore in BC

By Jenn Diederich

Green as a colour-blind approach to ‘activism’

By Bianca Dreyer

Leaded blood: is the Cerro de Pasco community left out?

By Stefany Ildefonso

 

2017 HYBRID COURSE PARTICIPANTS' BLOGS

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Girls Rock Camp North: An Ecosystems Approach to Summer Camp?

By Shayna Dolan

An ounce of protection is worth a pound of cure

By Charles Paco

Canada 150: A Bitter Slice of Watermelon to Swallow

By Marlee Vinegar

  

 

2015 INTENSIVE FIELD SCHOOL PARTICIPANTS' BLOGS

Three of the blogs written in the context of the 8th CoPEH-Canada field school (2015; Montréal) were published on the "Semaine du Saint-Laurent" website (French only), in conjunction with the the David Suzuki Foundation, in the lead up to their 4th edition of the Saint Lawrence River appreciation week. 

Écrit par Lauren Yee, Bénédicte Calvet, Marina Favrim Gasparin, Charles Cardinal et Jolène Santerre