Canada’s three Prairie provinces are particularly vulnerable to the climate crisis, and now their governments are helping make climate data more accessible, according to the head of a new non-profit.
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A new not-for-profit organization opened its doors Tuesday, with the express purpose of helping the Prairie region recognize the risks, and potential opportunities, presented due to climate change.
The International Institute for Sustainable Development is excited to announce a new resource for climate change adaptation in the Canadian Prairies!
When it comes to communicating the research findings of the world's freshwater laboratory, we need to speak to communities in their own languages. Literally.
As hope for the end of the COVID-19 pandemic grows, the Liberal government will increasingly turn its attention to recovery, and its promise to make climate change a central focus.
With Canada warming at twice the rate of the rest of the world—and three times the global rate across Northern Canada—climate impacts will intensify and multiply.
Two Conservative MPs are sponsoring bills that would put in place new tax credits for corporations closing oil or gas wells or capturing carbon pollution.
Skeleton crews ensure more than half-century chain of data continues through pandemic at the ELA, but major projects on microplastics and oil spills delayed.
Operational challenges associated with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic delayed some planned summer work at a fresh-water research station near Kenora.
You might feel differently when you fill up your gas tank or pay your heating bill. But the official position of the Government of Canada is that there is not a federal carbon tax.