We are poised to pass 1.5℃ of global warming

For three decades, the goal of international climate negotiations has been to avoid “dangerous” warming above 1.5℃. We are dangerously close to passing that .point.
Posted On 15 Sep 2023
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The Changing Face of the Environment Industry

A new imperative is shifting the emphasis in the environmental business world from the protection of the environment to protection from the environment.
Posted On 23 Aug 2023
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From our Archives – Coastal Storm Surges and Climate Change – Atlantic Canada at Risk

Coastal regions like Atlantic Canada face a unique set of risks from storm surges
Posted On 05 Aug 2023
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Joining forces: How collaboration can help tackle Canada’s escalating wildfire threat

Effective collaboration may be a key to minimizing impacts of the growing wildfire season in Canada. Working together with various emergency response teams is critical to the success of its management.
Posted On 23 Jul 2023

Wildfire evacuations: How our diverse experiences can strengthen disaster response

Wildfire affects us all. Differently. This is the central message from research about the social dimensions of climate hazards.
Posted On 21 Jul 2023

‘Zombie fires’ are occurring more frequently in boreal forests

“Zombie fires” are fires that ignite in one fire season, smoulder through the winter months and re-emerge early in the spring.
Posted On 13 Jul 2023

Climate  Change – A Clear and Present Danger

Climate change will increasingly exacerbate security risks as geopolitical tensions mount over rising threats to the environment.
Posted On 14 Jun 2023

What Will Happen if We Lose the Amazon

The Amazon is an ecological, social and economic treasure and one of the most biodiverse regions in the world. Here are some consequences of destroying the Amazon rainforest.
Posted On 05 Jun 2023