‘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

The future is uncertain for our last old-growth boreal forests

Old-growth forests, a rule ignored in favour of the exception
Posted On 25 May 2023

Climate crisis: a dangerous and intentional delay in political action

Media have reported in recent weeks on the release of the IPCC's most recent summary report – a final warning report. The authors could not be clearer on the state of the climate.
Posted On 10 May 2023

How Can the West Coast Prepare for Worsening Droughts

The drought that began over two decades ago shows no signs of lessening. The region may plunge into a perpetual dry season.
Posted On 27 Mar 2023

Water Scarcity Is All Around Us

Millions of people in the U.S. lack running water. As climate change worsens, droughts will affect everyone regardless of economic status. Money cannot buy the rain.
Posted On 06 Mar 2023
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Nature-Based Solutions the Key to Solving the Climate Crisis

Green roofs, artificial wetlands and rain gardens are manufactured inventions, but they function like natural systems.
Posted On 20 Feb 2023