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Solar radiation management involves reflecting the sun's rays back into space. Carbon dioxide removal is aimed at removing and storing it.
It seems absurd to try to assign worth to something so vital we can’t survive without it.
Call cabinet ministers or MLAs to let them know you oppose the deregulation trend.
Sometimes scientists rediscover what our ancestors already knew.
While the federal government demonizes environmentalists as “radicals”…opposition is rising against pipelines.
The desire to protect valuable and ever-diminishing farmland clashes with efforts to push industrial development.
Ecojustice recently launched a lawsuit to challenge the government’s strategies around the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway project.
According to a poll, only two per cent of Canadians reject the overwhelming scientific evidence that Earth is warming at alarming rates.
Plastic bags pose a big problem that must be addressed.
Preventing illness is the best way to get health-care costs down. So why aren’t governments doing more to protect the environment?
Do you want to be happier, healthier and smarter? I have just the prescription for you—add a daily dose of nature to your routine.
Cities cover just two per cent of the world’s land area, yet they account for about 70 per cent of greenhouse gas emissions.
Kids ask questions. Sometimes adults feel inadequate if they don’t have ready answers.
The battle lines are drawn and Northern B.C.’s pristine wilderness is the latest front.
What purpose do governments serve? Some people think we could do without them, but that’s absurd.
The federal government has announced an exciting project that will put nature in millions of backyards.
A kerfuffle is raised every time a comedian, politician, or businessperson uses the F-word or the N-word. I understand that.
Biologists recently found a strange monkey in the Amazon.
I spent the week around July 1 in a cabin on one of Haida Gwaii’s remote islands.
In 2008, economics student Tim DeChristopher went to an auction set up by the Bush administration for the oil and gas industry.