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Carbon Scrubbers to Clean Up Emissions

August 24th, 2013; 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 […]

Great Changes for the Great Lakes

July 1st, 2013; By Priyanka Kumar Chopra

Across the world, North America is known for many things; the culture, the people and the great outdoors. Part of that great outdoors is the Great Lakes. The Great Lakes […]

A Garbage Patch In The Great Lakes?

May 26th, 2013; By Canadian Wildlife Federation

You may have heard about the garbage patches that exist in the oceans – where specific ocean and atmospheric conditions ensnare debris, small pieces of plastic, which accumulate into large […]

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch: Filling the Ocean with Plastic

November 19th, 2012; By Susan Huebert

Have you ever been to a garbage landfill? Have you seen cities where the garbage lies on the street without ever being cleaned up? If you have, you know all […]

Are plastic bags really necessary?

August 17th, 2012; By David Suzuki Foundation

A national newspaper columnist wrote that “banning plastic bags will do exactly nothing to save the planet.” She went on to argue that they’re even environmentally friendly. Outright bans may […]

Canada’s Environmental Changes – How You Can Make A Difference

May 31st, 2012; By Jasmin Bollman

When you hear the words “global warming” or “climate change” you might immediately think of its impact on humans and our habitat. But what about the animals living in Canada […]