‘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

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

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

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

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

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

Net Zero Needs a Greater Focus on Cutting Pollution

Amid the switch toward renewable energy, people seem to have lost focus on the other element of net zero — reducing pollution.
Posted On 05 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