Vancouver-based Alterrus Systems has begun building North America’s first VertiCrop urban farming system on the top level of a downtown Vancouver parking lot. Using hydroponic methods the system has the capacity to […]
Stephen Harper thinks you’re not very smart, or at least that your memory isn’t quite what it used to be. In 2008, the Conservative platform promised to develop and implement […]
The Environmental Careers Organization just released their Canadian green jobs forecast, check out where your province stands up and read the whole article here.
At the top of the world the Arctic Ocean is usually covered by thick, vast, white pack ice, gently fluctuating in shape and size with the changing of the seasons. […]
Despite being in the heart of the GTA and thus within 100km of 20 per cent of Canada’s population, the Rouge river watershed remains a remarkably intact swath of forests, […]
This summer has seen record heat waves and wildfires in the U.S, the worst flooding in Beijing’s modern history, and droughts that devastated the U.S. corn crop and led India to set up “refugee camps” for livestock. These extreme events were not freak occurrences — this is how the earth works now.