In the election campaign Trudeau and the Liberals promised that they would protect more waters, including 5% of coastlines from commercial activities by 2017. Thus far, they have only protected a measly 0.11% and have nothing in the works to
Barrick Gold, a Canadian corporation and largest producer of gold in the world, has recently spilled over one million litres of cyanide into five rivers in Argentina. The spill was the result of a faulty valve and an open sluice gate.
Since it was discovered in 1985, the Antarctic ozone hole has been a potent symbol of humankindâEUR(TM)s ability to cause unintended environmental harm. But now comes a glimmer of good news: The void in the ozone layer is shrinking.
Petition: Research has shown that CNN spent more time on fossil fuel advertising than they did reporting on climate change -- by 5-to-1. And this disparity in air time happened right after we found that 2015 was the hottest year on record!
Scientists have found dangerous drug-resistant super bacteria off beaches in Rio de Janeiro that will host Olympic swimming events and in a lagoon where rowing and canoe athletes will compete when the Games start on Aug. 5.
Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana, has been inhabited by tribal communities since the Trail of Tears era. The island, which used to be the size of Manhattan, has lost 98 percent of its land over the last 60 years, MSNBC reported.
The hypoxic zones are created because of the runoff of agricultural waste into waterways. Phosphorus and nitrogen from fertilizers and waste from livestock can rob regions of water bodies of their oxygen.
These, friends, are Cavendish bananas. You just know them as "bananas":They're America's most popular fruit. We put them in our lunches, we split them in our ice cream, and we put condoms on them in awkward junior high health classes. And, thanks to a fun
In the wake of a devastating oil train derailment and explosion in Mosier, Oregon, Washington state firefighters have joined the call to stop oil train traffic. Now, weâEUR(TM)re calling on Western state governors to stand with them...
2014 the California State Legislature passed a statewide ban on single-use plastic bags. That ban is prevented from taking effect until California voters weigh in on a ballot referendum this November 8th, 2016. Delay = 17 million plastic bags a day.