Robert Dick explores the northern lights and things that go "bump" in the night.
The World Health Organization says that climate change increases the risk of contagious diseases, yet this pandemic is seeing increased state subsidies for oil and gas.
We're facing a crisis trifecta: COVID-19, climate disruption and plunging oil prices. This is exposing flaws in the systems we've been relying on far beyond their best-before dates.
A managed decline would offer security and ease transition to a zero-carbon economy.
David J. Climenhaga
By the time we get around to addressing the problem of global warming seriously, we may well be at the end of our rope.
The main question that the COVID-19 crisis raises is whether such a severe reprimand by Mother Earth -- when it eventually runs its course -- will be heeded and appropriately acted upon.
Forests are beneficial for our physical and mental health. Numerous studies illustrate how much forest walks can do for heart and respiratory health, immune system function and lowering stress levels.
Given the twin crises of the coronavirus pandemic and climate breakdown, it is all the more essential for Canada to uphold its human rights obligations.
The theme of this year's World Water Day explores how climate change and water are inextricably linked.
Illnesses force idleness on people. So, too, the climate situation demands idleness from society. We must listen to the body in sickness; we must listen to the planet in crisis.