The tar sands are no laughing matter but this video sure is.
In case you hadn't noticed, during our short time on Earth we humans have created a lot of stuff. Some of it is life-altering, like the device you're looking at right now, and some of it is pretty silly, like those plastic, banana-shaped containers m...
'Plastic Paradise' explains how this consumer-driven catastrophe is destroying the oceans and how we can fix it.
On 16 July 1945 the first atomic-bomb test took place at the US Army testing range at Alamogordo in New Mexico, and with that first historic nuclear explosion a new geological epoch began on Earth, scientists have decided.
A film by Terry Chen and Jon Christensen.
If this is Environment Canada's attempt to deflect attention away from Alberta's pollution record, um, it's not working.
Last year might have been the hottest year ever recorded by our instruments. Average global temperatures were at least 0.27° C warmer than the average between 1981 and 2010, which was in turn up...
To raise the environmental crisis in Canada is to simultaneously highlight the notorious Alberta Tar Sands, the fastest growing polluter in Canada. But the
The Edge Effects Editorial Board looks back on 2014.
Researchers found more bald eagle nests in Maine last year than the lower 48 states had collectively when the eagle was listed under the Endangered Species Act. Forty years ago, it was a very diffe...
A man walking near Lumsden on Saturday says he came upon a seal that had scratched off a large portion of its fur after getting covered in oil — oil he's worried may have come from the sunken Manolis L.
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