This Guardian article, "What is the polar vortex—and how is it linked to climate change?", explains how this band of strong winds high up in the atmosphere are changing due to recent evidence.
In 60 years, our home city of Victoria, British Columbia will likely feel more like Seattle, Washington. And while that doesn’t sound drastically different, a typical summer in Seattle is 3.3°C warmer
Did you know that in 1901, an estimated 38% of cars in the United States were electric, 40% were powered by steam, and 22% ran on gasoline? Many critics of the New Green Deal proposed in the United
Environmental impact studies of oil sands in Alberta are failing to inform on the health (or lack of it) of one of the most industrialized landscapes in Canada.
As part of the project application
Last week, the U.S. unveiled a Green New Deal resolution, which outlines plans to become carbon neutral in the next 10 years. With a WWII-level of economic transformation, it calls for national
Last week, our front page featured the civic work of 16-year old Greta Thunberg urging immediate action on climate change. Student strikes in Australia, Scotland and Ireland were joined by England,
Buildings are responsible for 40% of energy-related carbon dioxide emissions worldwide, so they have a big part to play in keeping to a l.5 degree increase. The built environment must be carbon
This article in the National Post points out some of the complexities of reducing GHG emissions and some of the ironic aspects of blaming others rather than everyone acting now. It is interesting that
According to the latest research published in the journal Nature Communications, we have a fighting chance to keep climate change in check if a phaseout of fossil fuel infrastructure were to begin