Carleton Biology’s Dr. Steven Cook was on CBC Radio In Town and Out with Giacomo Panico on February 22nd to talk about the Emergency Action Plan for Saving Freshwater Biodiversity – from platypus in Australia to river dolphins in the Amazon to Bull Trout in Alberta to mussels in Europe to frogs in southeast Asia. The Emergency Action Plan, which is the first ever recovery plan to save the planet’s rivers, lakes and wetlands from catastrophic collapse, is developed by a team of global experts from the World Wildlife Fund and the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and co-authored by Steven Cook. 

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