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The 2015-2017 Jane Glassco Northern Fellows. Deline, NWT/Photo by Pat Kane
Using smart public policy to build up the North.
MoCreebec Eeyoud Council in Moose Factory, ON/Joshua Russell
Improving energy efficiencies are changing how northern Ontario’s MoCreebec people are taking control of their power consumption.
Queen's Park in Toronto/Photo by Benson Kua
The Ontario government's decision to weaken the office of Environmental Commissioner is bad news for the province's environment and the health of its people.
Land meets sea at Uruma City, Japan/Ryo Yoshitake ©
Can conservation and human prosperity really co-exist?
Segura (third from left) at the Canadian Ice Core Archive in Edmonton, AB.
French ocean ambassador Serge Segura on why humanity needs a more 'collaborative vision' of the oceans.
Cloud forest of Cusuco National Park/Julia Galbenu
Is carbon trading the future of our forests?
"If we pollute our water," asks ECO Dianne Saxe, "what are we going to drink?"
Ceremony for AquaHacking 2018
Water scarcity is threatening populations around the world – bold solutions may lie in cross-sector collaboration.
UniverCity atop Burnaby Mountain
There's an urban revolution happening atop Burnaby Mountain showing sustainability and profitability do mix.
Photo by Rémi Jacquaint on Unsplash
WWF reports that, on average, animal populations have dropped by more than half since 1970.
Swedish professor Karin Björkland tells A\J how a partnership with the University of British Columbia helped make her a better researcher.
Cracked earth/Photo by Victor Benard on Unsplash
What comes to mind when you think about the impacts of climate change? Forest fires? Floods? How about your finances?
Smoke rising over German factories. (Foto-Rabe/Pixabay)
Recent research from UNC-Chapel Hill suggests air quality improvements since the 1990s have cut the number of deaths related to air pollution in half.
Rob Stewart swims with the sharks.
The animal we fear the most is being driven to extinction in the name of human beauty.
Land and sea/Photo by Mario Azzi on Unsplash
Parallel studies show the dangers of our warming world and its rising seas.
BEF-China's experimental site/Photo by UZH
Does species richness impact how effectively a forest can absorb excess carbon? A three-country, eight-year study (finally) has answers.
Our oceans' super-predators are disappearing - here's why
Algae pollution at a Berkeley, CA marina/Andy Wang on Unsplash
Researchers from the Université de Montréal have identified a tipping point at which land can no longer retain phosphorous. Odds are good we've passed that point.
\Photo by Les Anderson on Unsplash
LESS is more than a student film, but a reflection on generational materialism.