«Nature Watch» column

Stop Bullying ! You’ll have more friends !

March 2nd, 2012; By Jasmin Bollman

BULLYING – THE CHANGE IS WITHIN YOU The issue of bullying has been talked about a lot over the past year in the media and in schools. In particular, the […]

Food Not Bombs serving up solutions

March 1st, 2012; By Amanda MihaljevBrock University

In the late 1970s and 1980s, a movement called FNB began, which was geared towards feeding society, while at the same time, providing a critique of how much money was […]

Carbon scrubbers to clean up emissions

March 1st, 2012; By Steven Greenwood

Research into methods of reducing carbon emissions is a continually advancing field, and a team of researchers developed an improved way to remove emissions directly from sources like smokestacks. The […]

Atmospheric Science

March 1st, 2012; By Enviroment Canada

Environment Canada is a key Canadian focal point for the advancement of atmospheric science, providing the research needed to improve Canada’s air quality, respond to climate change and increase the […]

Why should I volunteer?

March 1st, 2012; By Erica Cooper

People volunteer their time for lots of different reasons. You can pick your own reasons, but here’s our top ten: You have to! You have to complete 40 hours of […]

Volunteer Tears

January 31st, 2012; By Giulio Rocco

Second semester is creeping its way into your life, pressure from exams have fled, and you are starting as fresh as an untouched blanket of winter snow (depending on your […]

Where Are the Bees?

January 31st, 2012; By Erica Cooper

Pollinators Did you know that pollination is one of the most important ecological processes on the planet? This basic transfer of pollen from the male parts (anther) of a plant […]