Cities needn’t be wastelands of car-choked roads and pavement. Incorporating food production into ever-expanding urban areas makes cities more liveable and enhances the natural systems that keep us alive and healthy.
Environmental groups call on federal politicians to come together across party lines in support of environmental rights.
Together, we can bring monarch butterflies back from the brink.
Microbes are not only around us, they live on and in us. And there are many we couldn’t live without.
The federal government is unlawfully shielding from review pest control products containing a pesticide banned in Norway, environmental groups say.
Let’s slow down, breathe, listen, look and feel. Only then will we understand our place in the world and what we must do to live well on this small blue dot spinning in an enormous universe.
Building the Site C Dam and flooding the Peace Valley would be a tragedy for First Nations, agriculture and the environment.
After a federal panel finds caribou at risk in Alberta, the province decides to sell off critical habitat areas for further industrial development.
We can all help ensure monarch butterflies continue this wonderful journey every year.
Court rules that Canada’s federal government acted “‘unlawfully” in delaying recovery strategies for at-risk species.
Conservation groups had to sue Canada’s Minister of Health to secure reviews of pesticides already banned in Europe.
Lawsuit filed by Ecojustice and five environmental groups claims Canada’s federal government is not protecting endangered wildlife.
Get out and enjoy the gifts that winter brings.
Environmental groups want federal Health Minister Rona Ambrose to reconsider Health Canada’s decision to re-approve a pesticide — severely restricted in Europe and linked to massive bee die-offs in Canada — for use on fruits, potatoes and turf.
If we’re serious about creating partnerships between science and business, we have to support the best scientists so they are competitive with any around the world.
With Arctic ice melting, Australia on fire and increasing droughts, floods and extreme weather throughout the world, it’s past time to get serious about global warming.
Unless we rein in greenhouse gas emissions, outdoor skating in parts of Canada could be history within the next 50 to 100 years.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if world leaders resolved to look at life in a different light this New Year? They could follow the example of Bhutan. In 1971, the small…