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Dr. John Hartig, GLIER's Visiting Scholar published an article in The Nature of Cities entitled "Toronto Harbour Cleanup: The Cornerstone of Waterfront Revitalization"

Published on: Thu, 02/20/2020
Last Modified: Thu, 02/20/2020 - 4:32pm


Dr. John Hartig, GLIER's Visiting Scholar has published a blog entitled " Toronto Harbour Cleanup: The Cornerstone of Waterfront Revitalization", chronicling the habitat restoration of Toronto and area waterfront.

Read the blog, published in The Nature of Cities