Augusta Dwyer

ABOUT THE WRITER

Augusta Dwyer is a freelance writer based in Toronto and the author of four books including "Into the Amazon: The Struggle for the Rainforest" and "Broke but Unbroken: Grassroots Social Movements and Their Radical Solutions to Poverty." She has written for a wide variety of Canadian media and was awarded a Science in Society Award by the Canadian Science Writers Association in 1998.

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How can restoration help solve hunger?
10 Jan 2019

Joint solutions for two challenges

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For better farm yields in Brazil, a simple registration can help
7 Jan 2019

Farmers receive new technology for proof of their land management

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Going against the flow to clean up Native American landscapes
20 Nov 2018

Janene Yazzie takes on radioactive river pollution and human rights

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Lessons from Latin America: Cultivating corridors
16 Nov 2018

Connecting forest fragments – and people – to restore landscapes

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Lessons from Latin America: Green businesses that work
15 Nov 2018

From fragrance to energy drinks

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Felix Finkbeiner is trying for the trillion
14 Nov 2018

The 21-year-old changing the planet, one tree at a time

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Lessons from Latin America: Using less, earning more
13 Nov 2018

‘Greening’ commodities through agroforestry

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