Showing posts from January, 2018

Tragic tanker sinking lays bare the true risk Kinder Morgan poses to British Columbia

Flooding in Paris Becomes More Recurrent

NDP urges Trudeau government to avoid ‘embarrassing’ climate research ordeal

NAFTA tribunal exceeded its jurisdiction when it made determination on what a Canadian environmental assessment panel can decide, groups say

Conserving honey bees does not help wildlife

Humans take up too much space -- and it's affecting how mammals move

World's Oceans Last Year Hit Hottest Temperatures Ever Recorded... 'By Far'

Fox Creek quakes linked to volume and location of hydraulic fracturing

Unique oil spill in East China Sea frustrates scientists

Sparrows in the oilpatch are changing their love songs

Ghost Cat Gone: Eastern Cougar Officially Declared Extinct

In Hogs We Trust - Part 111.

There's a 'crisis looming' for Canadian climate research, scientists warn

Insurers say Canadian weather getting hotter, wetter and weirder

Richest 1% bagged 82% of global wealth created last year, poorest half of humanity got nothing:

Human Activity Fouls Continental Waterways - study

2017 One of Hottest Years on Record, and Without El Niño

340 Billion Gallons of Sludge Spur Environmental Fears in Canada

To Save Oceans and Planet, Greenpeace Backs Plan to Create Largest Protected Area on Earth

The Snowy Owl is Placed on the "Vulnerable" List.

Warming ocean water is turning 99 percent of these sea turtles female

The (US) Centers for Disease Control gets list of forbidden words: Fetus, transgender, diversity

New York City sues five oil giants for causing climate 'tragedy'

As Climate Crisis Intensifies, $300+ Billion in Damages Makes 2017 Costliest Year Ever

Scientists warn of vanishing oxygen in oceans, including Canadian waters

New Study Showing Ozone Recovery Hailed as Model for Tackling Climate Crisis

Corals are severely bleaching five times as often as in 1980

Are some Manitoba media stifling dissent on the hog barn issue? One activist speaks out.

Twenty-five percent of the earth could see a permanent drought by 2050

'Bomb Cyclone' Forecast to Hit East Coast. (US & Canada)