New study details annual bird mortality in tar sands tailings ponds

Edmonton – A study in a peer-reviewed journal, The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, to be published in early September shows annual bird mortality in the bitumen tailings ponds of northeastern Alberta – an internationally significant migratory bird corridor – greatly exceeds industry estimates.


Negotiating the Climate Change Web: A Community Vision

Negotiating the Climate Change Web: A Community Vision is an innovative gathering, bringing together Nova Scotian stakeholders – including government, NGOs and the public – to discuss the interrelationships between trade, environment, society and climate change.

Burnside’s Engineered Wetland Project

Read about the progress of Burnside’s Engineered Wetland Project in an article by Dalhousie Master of Environmental Studies student Cat Galbrand. Link to thesis from Library and Archives Canada. Naturalized treatment wetlands for contaminant removal [microform] : a case study of the Burnside engineered wetland for treatment of landfill leachate. Galbrand, Catherine C., 1977- AMICUS No. 30825875