Modern Monetary Theory: Elixir or Illusion

In the dismal science of economics, money is scarce, and we live on a budget.
Posted On 25 Jul 2023

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

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

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

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

How Indigenous Science Benefits Our Planet

Indigenous science encompasses a wealth of traditional ecological knowledge amassed through centuries of living close to the land
Posted On 22 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

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