They Were Tired of Dirty Tap Water. So They Became the Water Authority
After going decades without clean drinking water, 15 First Nations in Atlantic Canada have signed an agreement with the federal government to create the country's first Indigenous-led water authority.
This Map Shows Which U.S. Homes Will Flood Over the Next 30 Years Due to Climate Change
Millions of Americans have no idea they're living in a flood zone. Now you can look up every property in the U.S. and see the flood risk for yourself.
Whales Keep Dying Under Canadian Law That Gently Suggests Ships Slow Down
A new report by an environmental group says most ships are not honouring the government's request they slow down to protect the endangered North Atlantic right whale.
NYC's Last Non-Profit Can Redemption Center Is Fighting to Stay Open
Since the 1980s, redemption centers have served as a lifeline for thousands of New York City residents who collect bottles and cans for a living—especially during economic crises.
Millions In ‘Small Business’ Coronavirus Bailout Loans Are Going to Oil and Gas Companies
At least 16 drillers, fuel transporters, oil technology firms and service providers tapped the Small Business Association’s Paycheck Protection Program.
Meet the 28-Year-Old Leading a $57 Million Research Program to Decarbonize Canada
The program director of the National Research Council shows us the sustainable tech that’s helping Canada transition to a low carbon economy.