In the midst of legal cases against the Site C Dam, the Treaty 8 Tribal Association finds a prehistoric horse bone in the Peace River Valley.
Plastic has made life more convenient, but many of us remember a time when we got along fine without it.
With only 1 percent of British Columbia protected with wildlife refuges, environmental groups want to create more.
The film covers the events that led up to the infamous destruction of the Golden Spruce, a sacred 300-year-old tree on the island of Haida Gwaii.
Neil Ever Osborne is an internationally recognized Canadian conservation photographer who will take the podium at the Ontario Land Trust Alliance’s Save the Land You Love event.
David Suzuki: China’s disastrous pollution problem is a lesson for all
David Suzuki: Oiling the machinery of climate change denial and transit opposition
Nobel Laureate Alice Munro also a champion of ancient forests
Blue Future: Protecting Water for People and the Planet Forever
David Suzuki: Measuring progress with GDP is a gross mistake
Corporate Knights announces “Global 100″ top sustainable corporations in the world
Restoring confidence in our sustainable future
Expats in Canada go green to get involved
Transit funding will drive Canadian cities into the future
Canada’s Greenest Home lives up to its high standards
Chirps, Tweets and Trills: Learn your local bird songs
Video: Retail Success Story – Savings Through Energy Efficiency
Environmental groups back in court over pesticide banned in Norway but permitted in Canada
More bad news for bees: The new “F” word
Fort Chipewyan unveiling first solar project
A 30,000-year-old horse bone is found in the Peace River Valley
Environmental coalition says BC needs more wildlife refuges
Raw log exports skyrocket in British Columbia
David Suzuki: Canada is trading away its environmental rights
Keith Stewart vs. Ron Liepert
Caribou recovery project launches crowdfunding campaign
Bridging the gap between science and Inuit culture
Protecting Kokanee salmon
SFU Student Coalition Hosts “Reinvest in our Future” Week
Canada’s forestry sector promotes sustainability in Brazil
David Suzuki: Microbeads are a sign of our plastic consumer madness
Conservation groups ask Canada to classify microbeads “toxic”
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