Summer 2023 was the hottest on record but don’t call it ‘the new normal’

The extremes that caused by fossil fuels are uncomfortable at best and often dangerous.
Posted On 12 Oct 2023

Carbon Offsets. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

When booking an international or domestic flight, airlines encourage passengers to invest a little money in carbon-saving technologies to offset the CO2 emissions combusted by the jet’s turbines.
Posted On 12 Aug 2023

Pros and Cons of Offshore Energy for the Planet

Offshore options expand the surface area where humans can build and automate energy creation. 
Posted On 25 Jun 2023

As Alberta’s oilsands continue leaking toxic wastewater, aquatic wildlife face new risks

Imperial Oil ordered to take immediate action to prevent further seepage of toxic wastes
Posted On 27 May 2023

Six Budding Technology Innovations Taking Greenhouses to New Heights

Modern greenhouse technology enhances growing conditions and crop productivity, offering a positive outlook on future food sustainability.
Posted On 06 May 2023

>New agreements between First Nations and B.C. government a step toward

The new agreement signed with Blueberry River First Nation provides economic compensation for land restoration activities.
Posted On 27 Apr 2023

How Do Sand Batteries Store Renewable Energy

While the world discusses renewable energy like wind, solar and hydroelectricity, they’re missing out on a significant piece of the puzzle — sand battery energy storage.
Posted On 19 Apr 2023

Long-term investments are needed to fix Canada’s infrastructure gap

Governments will need to take on additional costs, and individuals will need to learn to accept that improving our communities costs money.
Posted On 30 Mar 2023