Showing posts from November, 2019

Wexit and climate pollution: a tale of two Canadas

Earth set to warm 3.2 C by 2100 unless efforts to cut emissions are tripled, new UN report finds

Greenhouse gas levels at an all-time high - again. A WMO video.

Greenhouse gas concentrations in atmosphere reach yet another high

The loss of ‘eternal ice’ threatens Mongolian reindeer herders’ way of life

Nearly all (North) America's endangered species will struggle to adapt to climate crisis

Australian blazes will ‘reframe our understanding of bushfire’

End the criminalization of land rights defenders. (Video)

Juul spreads over the world as home market collapses in scandal

Fueling Concerns of Approaching Catastrophic 'Tipping Point,' Deforestation of Brazilian Amazon Hit Highest Level in Decade

Study counts 1.8 million pieces of trash at the bottom of Canada's Bay of Fundy

It's big. It's risky. It's unacceptable!

Brazil supports sugarcane growing in Amazon

The next Passenger Pigeon? A uniquely Canadian bird - the Eskimo Curlew - has not been seen for over half-a-century!

Climate change poses 'lifelong' child health risk

New report exposes horror of working conditions for millions of sanitation workers in the developing world

Microplastics found in oysters, clams on Oregon coast, study finds. (Last year, Canadian scientists discovered high levels of microplastics in B.C.’s oyster beds). Is our clothing to blame?

Drug resistance likely to kill 400,000 Canadians by 2050, report predicts

Hurricanes have become bigger and more destructive for the U.S. and Canada, study finds

Brazil’s Atlantic forest: putting the pieces back together

World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency (Condensed Version)

Carbon bomb: Study says climate impact from loss of intact tropical forests grossly underreported

'Landmark New Research' Links Neonics With Collapse of Fisheries

The Amazon River: A Major Source of Organic Plastic Additives to the Tropical North Atlantic?

Why fish ARE getting smaller (Video)

Agricultural impacts of our climate crisis are becoming more apparent