Deformed Fish, Rabbits With Two Genitals: Canada’s Largest National Park Is Falling Apart
A federal study found that out of 17 environmental indicators at Wood Buffalo National Park—the second-largest national park in the world—15 are declining.
Earth Will Likely Be Much Warmer in 2100 Than We Anticipated, Scientists Warn
But there’s some good news, too. Countries are starting to move away from fossil fuels.
Canada’s Oil Sands Development Is Enabling This Jerk Bird
The brown-headed cowbird used to sit atop roaming bison, now it perches on oil equipment.
One Hundred Indigenous Nations in US and Canada Join Forces in Opposition of Pipeline Expansion
Standing Rock's Sioux Tribe, the Union of BC Chiefs, and many more Indigenous leaders signed a treaty to prevent expansion of the tar sands.
The Oil Sands’ ‘Cleaner’ Future Looks Awfully Dirty
Steam-powered mining is anything but environmentally friendly.
How the Sputtering Oil and Gas Industry Is Destroying Men
Men are falling behind in one Canadian oil town and, not surprisingly, they aren't handling it well.
Why This Canadian Province Is Slaughtering All Its Wolves
The government has commissioned the killing of well over 1,000 wolves in the past decade after destroying the land of its prey—the caribou.
A Tiny Canadian Satellite Is Going to Watch the World's Climate Offenders
Its creators say that four major operators from Canada's oil sands have already signed-up.
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Bill Nye the Science Guy Visited the Alberta Tar Sands and Was Depressed
Nye suggested a new government is the answer to Canada's climate change woes.
Look Out Alberta Oil Sands, Canada Has a New Oil Patch
The apocalyptic oil sands isn't the only crude patch the Canadians are eyeing.
Bill Nye Talks About Canadian Oil and the Certainty of Climate Change
"The science of climate change is, by many reasonable estimates, more strongly proven than the connection between cigarettes and cancer."
Canada Is Starting To Actually Acknowledge Climate Change
Whether Stephen Harper likes it or not, a Canadian government study says climate change in Canada is inevitable