Posts tagged Vancouver Aquarium
Conservation guru Yoko Lu is helping local groups create change.

For people like Yoko Lu, care and compassion for the environment started at a young age. “Growing up in China and Japan, I stayed up well past my bed time, reading on nature, biodiversity and conservation,” Yoko mentioned to us. “Since immigrating to Canada with my family at the age of nine, I have truly learned the value and importance of our natural environment.”

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Salmonic Inspiration: Empowering a scientific message through the visual arts.

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending a presentation by salmon lover and artist Ray Troll, the first in the thought-provoking series, “Salmon Dialogues”. Hosted by the Vancouver Aquarium in conjunction with the Pacific Salmon Foundation (PSF), this series is aimed at discussing various aspects of a creature that has a deep historical, biological, and cultural connection to the British Columbia coast: the Pacific Salmon.

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