Showing posts from May, 2018

International organizations slam Trudeau for pipeline support

Special Investigation: How the common agricultural policy promotes pollution - the View From Europe.

Nipah virus outbreak in India 'definitely a concern,' Canadian scientist says

'It’s wrong to stink up other people’s lives': fighting the manure lagoons of North Carolina

Canada should ban bee-killing neonics in 2018!

Human race just 0.01% of all life but has eradicated most other living things

Climate change on track to cause major insect wipeout, scientists warn

Climate change puts city's ash trees at greater risk from killer insect, researchers say

One-Third of Protected Areas 'Highly Degraded' By Humans, Study Finds

Salmon with side effects: Aquacultures are polluting Chile's rivers with a cocktail of dissolved organic substances

Scientists struggle to explain a worrying rise in atmospheric methane

Leaked report warns Cambodia's biggest dam could 'literally kill' Mekong river

Investors urge fossil fuel firms to shun Trump's Arctic drilling plans

The race to save Arctic cities (in Canada & elsewhere) as permafrost melts

Modern, U.S. Family Farm Pastures its Pigs.

Alien Waters: Neighbouring Seas Are Flowing into a Warming Arctic Ocean

Beavers do 'dam' good work cleaning water

Has Canada made itself vulnerable to a catastrophe on the scale of the Deepwater Horizon?

China-backed Sumatran dam threatens the rarest ape in the world

Agroecology: A better alternative in Sub-Saharan Africa

Satellite Reveals Troubling Retreat of Patagonian Glaciers (Video)

The right-wing government of Manitoba, Canada, “chops” a valuable tree-growing facility

Just Say NO to 285 new hog factories in Manitoba!

Transit union head says city of Winnipeg uninterested in grants for electric buses

Diseases spread by ticks, mosquitoes and fleas more than tripled in the U.S. since 2004

Pollution from Canadian refineries an ‘embarrassment’ compared to U.S.

Melbourn's water supply at risk due to "collapse" of forests caused by logging.

Even familiar birds at risk of extinction, new study finds