Recent Posts

Best-selling author Andrew Nikiforuk discusses his latest book with A\J board member Kyrke Gaudreau.
Andrew Reeves and guest bloggers respond to Environmental Defence’s report on toxic ingredients in men’s body care products.
Breathing life into a ground breaking new fuel source and the importance of early adoption.
A\J editor's must-see movie picks.
Will this year’s strange weather and Hurricane Sandy finally trigger a turning point in climate policy?
Andrew Reeves mines the recommendations of the Canadian International Council’s Resource Report.
In London, England, they (gasp!) don’t charge for plastic bags!
Jo Anne Tacorda, co-creator of the National Student Food Charter and A\J food blogger, serves up a 3-course meal on global hunger and food advocacy efforts.
On why wind turbines might sound like nails on a spinning metal chalkboard, just not to you.
Looking at the impacts of Ontario Provincial Park cuts with Kapuskasing mayor Alan Spacek, including reduced tourism and increased risk of forest fires and dumping on Crown land.
A\J editorial board member Kyrke Gaudreau reports on the conservation icon’s keynote speech in Israel.
Shedding light on the comprehensive new agreement between federal and provincial governments.
In the first post of her Green Athlete series, A\J staffer Jessica Kuepfer explores the surprising intersections of sustainability and sports.
A disappointing level of engagement around Ontario's Great Lakes Protection Act.
A\J's editor on the backlash to Andrew Nikiforuk's recent column about wind energy's limitations.
Lessons from Day Two of the youth climate justice conference Power Shift 2012
The youth climate justice conference Power Shift 2012 kicks off with energizing speakers at the Museum of Civilization in Gatineau, QC.
A\J web editor Emily shares how to make your own toothpaste!
The A\J team travelled to Ottawa to deliver our "In Defence of Science" issue to Members of Parliament - and heard from politicians and scientists alike about the need for all of us to make some noise and demand evidence-backed policies.
Simply put, tree planting is hard work, but I would go back in an instant.