Showing posts from July, 2019

The more we carve up natural landscapes with roads and fields, the closer we’re pushing large predators like lions and wolves, toward extinction. by Larry Powell

Recent research contradicts a claim by the chemical giant, Bayer, that its newest bug-killer is safe for bees.

Amazon deforestation accelerating towards unrecoverable 'tipping point'

‘You can’t drink money’: Kootenay communities fight logging to protect their drinking water

Modern Climate Change Is the Only Worldwide Warming Event of the Past 2,000 Years

The smell, the noise, the dust: my neighbour, the factory farm

Climate change risks for northern Canada (CBC Video)

Arctic amplification, sea ice, jet stream, polar vortexes...(video)

Canada's high school curricula not giving students full picture of climate change

How Airplane Contrails Are Helping Make the Planet Warmer

Canada needs to triple the amount of protected land and water to tackle 'nature emergency': report

Thirty years of unique data reveal what's really killing coral reefs

The Uninhabitable Earth

The Guardian view on the climate emergency: a dangerous paralysis

Don’t believe carbon pricing really works? Just ask B.C.

Seismic lines in Alberta's boreal forest boost methane emissions, according to UCalgary study

Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming

CO2 emissions are on track to take us beyond 1.5 degrees of global warming

Could our changing lifestyles and a changing climate spell a return of deadly diseases like malaria to Canada? A recent scientific study warns - it's possible!

Due to extremely dry conditions, Manitoba livestock producers are being temporarily allowed to cut hay and graze animals on crown land.

It’s feared that a disease deadly to hogs, “PEDv,” will return to the rampant stage it reached in Manitoba in 2017.

China Wrestles with the Toxic Aftermath of Rare Earth Mining

Human contribution to record-breaking June 2019 heatwave in France