As we come to the close of 2019, it's important to reflect on some of the major issues affecting agriculture and food production. There have been promising stories and some that are worrisome.
The facts of the climate crisis aren't in dispute -- and yet climate deniers abound. A new chatbot is designed to help people navigate difficult conversations about climate disruption.
Uncontrolled global capitalism can be considered the ultimate outcome of the Peter principle, which theorizes the development of business and political incompetence.
The biggest threat to the Arctic is climate change, not geese. When nature is out of whack, human activity and our extractive economy are most often to blame.
As COP25 kicks off and the House of Commons reconvenes this week, Brent Patterson breaks down the numbers behind the Trudeau government's failure on climate policy.
If Canada aspires to be a global leader, we are going to have to step up our game on greenhouse gas emissions reductions. To achieve that, all of us will have to start considering our own choices.
With one single pro-climate act, Singh could show a firm commitment to a fundamental plank in the NDP's platform -- to end subsidies to fossil fuels.
A century of ever-increasing farm size and land concentration is now leading us into a new era of speculation on farmland.
It's not an either/or -- Fisher Stevens and Malcolm Venville talk about the film "And We Go Green," exploring how electric cars can preserve the sport of racing and also cut down emissions.
Children are especially vulnerable to climate disruption. But governments around the world are still putting the fossil fuel industry's interests first.