Showing posts from April, 2019

Pesticide exposure causes bumblebee flight to fall short

The World Lost an Area of Primary Rainforest Last Year, the Size of Ten Riding Mountain National Parks in Manitoba!

Fungicides move into the headlines. And not in a good way. Letter.

A Mysterious Fungal Infection, Spans the Globe in a Climate of Secrecy

Dark days for science. My latest letter.

A massive die-off of fish in Shoal Lake, in western Manitoba, has raised the possibility of a huge cleanup ahead.

A Federal Judge Just Nixed Trump’s Attempt to Drill the Arctic and Atlantic

How To Talk About Climate Change So People Will Listen

"We Love the Earth" A star-studded new video In recognition of Earth Day.

Corn-farming fouls the air to fatal effect

Climate change made the Arctic greener. Now parts of it are turning brown.

Yukon temperatures are the highest in 13,600 years

The Trump Administration Has Thrown Out Protections for Migratory Birds

Rising global shipping traffic could lead to surge in invasive species

Even our national bird - the Canada jay - is not immune from the ravages of manmade climate change.

The Insect Apocalypse Is Coming: Here are Five Lessons we Must Learn

While Nestlé extracts millions of litres from their land in Ontario, Canada, residents have no drinking water

From Canadian Coal Mines, Toxic Pollution That Knows No Borders

Bill McKibben likens climate change to Second World War

Canada failing in climate change fight: watchdog

A slippery slope: How climate change is reshaping the Arctic landscape.

Rapid apple decline has researchers stumped

When mines poison waterways in British Columbia, Canada, taxpayers swallow the costs

Great Lakes are rapidly warming, likely to trigger more flooding and extreme weather.