University of Calgary geographer leads study on association between oil spills and maritime activities on Pacific Coast.
Scientists around the world have been warning us for decades about the consequences of our wasteful lifestyles.
The scientific evidence is overwhelming: climate change is here, and unless we curb behaviours that contribute to it, it will get worse.
Effective transit and transportation solutions can spur economic productivity, protect the environment and improve quality of life.
We should really celebrate our small blue planet every day, but recent events give us particular cause to reflect on our home and how we’re treating it.
We can all help ensure monarch butterflies continue this wonderful journey every year.
Now that climate change has become undeniable, with consequences getting worse daily, many experts are eyeing solutions.
Canada’s growing cities have suffered from political indifference and inaction for too long.
We deserve better indicators of societal well-being that extend beyond mere economic growth.
It would be impossible to live without water. Yet, in our mad rush to extract and sell every drop of gas and oil as quickly as possible, we’re trading precious water for fossil fuels.
All nuclear power remains expensive, unwieldy and difficult to integrate with intermittent renewables – and carries risks for weapons proliferation. But if the choice is between keeping nuclear power facilities running or shutting them down and replacing them with coal-fired power plants, the nuclear option is best for the climate.