A study looking at sauropods’ methane production finds it might have contributed to catastrophic climate change.
Twenty years after the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, environmental protection is seen as little more than an impediment to economic expansion.
The cynical campaign to spread disinformation and discredit climate scientists and their work.
Research shows students who brought bottles of water to exams performed as much as 10-per-cent better than those who didn’t.
We can bemoan changes coming to the way scientific research will be funded, but shutting down Assisted Human Reproduction Canada was the right move.
As long as coal remains so inexpensive, with few or no dollars paid for the environmental damage it causes, it will continue to be used. And that endangers us all.
More than six years after a historic agreement to save the Great Bear Rainforest, the promise of protection remains unmet.
Reminiscent of the tactics of the Bush administration, the Canadian government is preventing leading climate scientists from speaking to the public about their work.
Having eyes in the sky makes the task of finding lost cities and villages oh so much more efficient.
On the perils of the trickle-down economics philosophy now driving Canada’s scientific-funding model.