This recent article in the New York Times highlights how important it is to seek out the best information about your choices for a more sustainable lifestyle. Putting aside the litter aspects of
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
Before Jane Goodall there was Anne Innis Dagg. Her research on giraffe’s was groundbreaking and so was her fight for women’s equality in science. In 1956, she made her first trip to South Africa to
Blog by Joanna Chin, Doctoral Student, York University-Environmental Studies
Robin Wall Kimmerer’s perspective in “Braiding Sweetgrass” on healing our broken relationship with the land, and using our
After discovering that raw sewage was illegally flowing into the LeHave River right outside her Nova Scotia home, Stella Bowles was determined to put a stop to it. She was only 11 in 2015 but learned
Wood Buffalo National Park was established in 1922 to protect the last remaining herds of Bison in Northern Canada. As the country's largest national park, it also has UNESCO World Heritage status.
The Cornish town of Penzance officially became Britain’s first plastic-free community in December 2017. This coastal community was awarded “plastic-free coastlines approved” status by the Surfers