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Valérie Masson-Delmotte says injecting aerosols in the highest part of the atmosphere would only delay warming temporarily, meaning they would have to be constantly replenished.
On the night of February 10, 1912, a 32-year-old aboriginal fisherman met his death beneath the wheels of a coa
A COPE council will “red circle” the budget of the Vancouver Police Department.
B.C.’s LNG sector could emit enough air pollution to rival the Alberta oil sands, and the Liberal government’s proposed legislation to regulate industry emissions does nothing to stop that.
Seabirds are the sentinels of ocean health and are also the most rapidly declining birds on the planet, and the odyssey of the sooty shearwater highlights many of the obstacles they face.
David Suzuki hopes that Neil Young, Shane Koyczan, and Feist can help enshrine environmental rights in Canada’s Constitution.
The flesh of some moose near the tarsands of northern Alberta had turned green.
Can a mysterious, bird-killing toxin attached to a newly discovered type of algae offer clues to cures for human neurodegenerative diseases?
Could an answer to climate change be sitting right in our backyard?
Methyl bromide, which has been used to keep critters from infesting high-value hocks, is being phased out because it is one of the most potent compounds depleting the Earth’s ozone layer.