Health Notes Sep 13
The regional district warns that fine particulate matter—consisting of airborne solid or liquid droplets with a diameter of 2.5 micrometres or less—can move indoors.
Commentary Sep 10
Prior to the pandemic, there was no shortage of climate protests in B.C.
Commentary Sep 9
Although slowing population growth is important, we can’t resolve the climate crisis if we don’t reduce the amount of resources we consume.
Book Features Sep 9
He says it's a life-and-death struggle.
Commentary Sep 2
Ideally, most former oil and gas wells and related infrastructure would be returned as close to natural states as possible.
Books Sep 1
SFU Library’s first non-fiction writer in residence will be one of the world’s top experts on bees and pollination.
Health Notes Aug 31
The map reveals how communities in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley are susceptible to the health impacts of climate change.
Commentary Aug 25
It is estimated that the world's oceans could hold more plastic by weight than fish by 2050.
Commentary Aug 18
Pursuing a wasteful, endlessly growing consumerist fantasy has distanced us from our true natures and from the things that bring true joy.
Commentary Aug 11
It doesn’t make sense to destroy much-needed habitat for single-use products when alternatives can meet our needs.
Commentary Aug 4
When we started the David Suzuki Foundation in 1990, we implemented a four-day, 34-hour workweek.
Commentary Jul 29
Language should recognize and honour the myriad living and nonliving entities with which we share the planet.