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Pippa Norman

Pippa Norman

Pippa Norman works as an intern for Glacier Media’s Central Desk.
Pippa is passionate about covering climate change and the environment, with the occasional running story sprinkled in. Pippa is a fourth-year journalism student at Carleton University, where she also works at her student newspaper, the Charlatan, as the features editor.
When she’s not writing stories, Pippa is running circles around a track, drinking fruity coffee or memorizing restaurant menus.

Recent Work by Pippa

What is silvopasture and why is B.C.'s agriculture ministry teaching it?

What is silvopasture and why is B.C.'s agriculture ministry teaching it?

Timber and livestock producers take note.
'In our provincial DNA': Pacific salmon restoration program extended

'In our provincial DNA': Pacific salmon restoration program extended

B.C. salmon are receiving another boost from the government through funding aimed at restoring their habitats. But with many populations still endangered or threatened, some experts say a more cohesive approach is needed.
More Canadians 'tightening their belts' as three-quarters report money stress

More Canadians 'tightening their belts' as three-quarters report money stress

Price increases are being met with spending decreases by Canadians, but certain parts of the country are tightening their belts more than others.
Large, long-lived mammals more resilient to climate change, study finds

Large, long-lived mammals more resilient to climate change, study finds

What do an elephant, llama and bat all have in common? They're more likely to withstand climate change.
'Have to do something': Workers react with fear and hope to Alberta is Calling campaign

'Have to do something': Workers react with fear and hope to Alberta is Calling campaign

Health-care workers are in high demand in both Alberta and B.C. The Alberta government is asking Vancouverites to consider the move, but nurses' unions from each province say neither province can afford to lose any more staff.
'Need to reduce': Moving to a plant-based diet could help Canada reach climate goals

'Need to reduce': Moving to a plant-based diet could help Canada reach climate goals

The way Canadians eat could be a major help or hindrance to Canada's 2030 climate targets. If the majority of Canadians consumed less meat, Canada could cut its emissions in half by 2030, a new report shows.
Artificial intelligence could make our food safer — but at what cost?

Artificial intelligence could make our food safer — but at what cost?

Food recalls can be seriously harmful — or even deadly — to consumers and the economy. But artificial intelligence could change all of that.
How sustainable is your reusable bag? Depends on how much you reuse it

How sustainable is your reusable bag? Depends on how much you reuse it

Reusable bags are often touted as an eco-friendly solution to single-use plastic bags. But how many times do they need to be used to actually equal or improve upon the environmental impact of their predecessor?
'Never been easier': Tech expert dispels Canada's electric vehicle myths

'Never been easier': Tech expert dispels Canada's electric vehicle myths

Hundreds of new chargers are slated to be installed across Canada and more Canadians are considering EVs than ever before. But why is the adoption rate still so low?
Canadian parents among least likely to prevent cyberbullying, survey finds

Canadian parents among least likely to prevent cyberbullying, survey finds

Canadian children are being cyberbullied just as much as youth in other countries. But their parents are lacking in taking preventative measures to lower these numbers, according to a new poll.