The federal government made another attempt to appear environmentally responsible by "raising" (read: capping) the liability limit on offshore oil operations in the Atlantic and Arctic oceans.
Within the last few weeks, cyclonic activity has returned and once again caused substantial thinning and weakening of the sea ice near the North Pole.
Can you be a 'Zero Plastic Hero' and shop plastic-free for an entire week?
John Bennett, of the Sierra Club of Canada, talks about the club’s call on the Federal Government to ban pesticides that prove fatal to bee populations.
The Oklahoma tornado is just another example of the global 'weirding' that we are seeing.
The European Union banned three pesticides (Imidacloprid, Clothianidin and Thiamethoxam) to protect rapidly declining bee populations.
Sierra Club Canada is calling on the federal government to follow the lead of the European Union and take action to protect at-risk bee populations by banning three neonicotinoid pesticides.
IJC advises governments to investigate installation of flow reduction structures in the St. Clair River to respond to the ongoing low water crisis across the middle and upper Great Lakes.
I think everyone can agree an informed decision is better than uninformed decision when it comes to a major pipeline project that cuts across the water supply for a lot of people in Ontario.
The plan does not include any distinct actions to remedy persistent low water levels on Lakes Michigan and Huron, including Georgian Bay, which are significantly lower than the other Great Lakes.