This episode introduces you to the African Great Lakes, and explain why they matter to so many people—and why they may be more familiar than you think.
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After years of debate, the European Commission has unveiled its proposed carbon border levy. It is bold, complicated, controversial – and its prospects are far from certain.
Aaron Cosbey speaks with The National about the latest update to the EU's Green Deal and why border carbon adjustments will soon need to be put into place in Canada.
Reconnaissance Energy Africa (Recon), a small-cap Canadian mining company, is exploring for oil and gas in Namibia’s Kavango River Basin. Industry experts say this may be the largest oil play of the decade.
It will cost as much as $1 trillion to repair Canada's energy infrastructure to handle intense weather
The record heat wave that swept across Western Canada in late June caused hundreds of fatalities and left houses and infrastructure smouldering in ashes.
Canada is preparing to introduce a carbon border adjustment measure whose contours are not yet known.
Canada has released a long-awaited update to its Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), demonstrating greater climate ambition and representing an important step forward as the nation seeks to meet targets outlined in the Paris Agreement.
A new report is the first to examine in detail the kinds of questions Canada will have to answer as it designs a BCA regime.
The federal government is inviting the City of Vancouver to apply for up to $20 million in funding for natural infrastructure projects to support the city’s strategy to capture and clean rainfall with natural solutions.
Investing in natural infrastructure like the Park Rill Floodplain will be key to building climate resilience in Canada, according to a new report by the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) released Monday.