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Grassland biodiversity is blowing in the wind

Wild ground-nesting bees might be exposed to lethal levels of neonics in soil.

The day of the salamander. How a big highway project in southwestern Manitoba is having to "make way" for a little amphibian, or face legal consequences. Larry Powell prepared this video report.

Ocean temperatures turbocharge April tornadoes over Great Plains (aka Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta) region

Hogs and Water. A private citizen appeals to the Premier of Manitoba.

Hog Watch Manitoba Warns Current Hog Industry Expansion Could Further Harm Lake Winnipeg

Fracking Boom in U.S. and Canada Largely to Blame for Global Methane Spike, Study Finds

'Disgusting and Disturbing': Trump Guts Endangered Species Act in Gift to Big Business

Black carbon lofts wildfire smoke high into the stratosphere to form a persistent plume

'Act before it's too late': The prairie province of Saskatchewan, Canada at high risk of water shortages, says global study

Rachel was right

To Slow Global Warming, U.N. Warns Agriculture Must Change

Industrial fishing behind plummeting shark numbers

What can a large, but routine highway project teach us about our climate crisis?

Cargill Closes Feed Mills in China Due to African Swine Fever

The research is in - stop fracking ASAP!