How Will Canadian Wildfires Impact Crop Production

With wildfires ravaging the country since May, agriculture is taking a hit, and the effects are rippling downstream.
Posted On 12 Jul 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

Why Green Zones Nurture Growth and Harmonize Cities with Nature

Being around nature changes the mind, and urbanization is taking these opportunities away from people — until green zones enter the picture in sustainable city designs. 
Posted On 15 Jun 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

As we fight the Alberta and B.C. wildfires, we must also plan for future disasters

The need for integrated disaster governance and policy planning regardless of whether they apply now or in the future.
Posted On 10 Jun 2023

Who Is Eligible for Clean Energy Tax Credits

The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 includes two types of clean energy tax credits that aim to tackle climate change and reduce inflation
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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Oil and gas companies are seen as climate villains. But we’ll need their expertise

Oil and gas majors are well-placed to make green hydrogen and green chemicals
Posted On 03 Mar 2023