The dangers of outdoor air pollution are now well known, but those related to the air we breathe at homes and at work are much less so, according to an international study.
Reducing food waste by feeding hungry Canadians is a simplistic solution that is deeply problematic and morally distressing.
New research reveals that miniature, brightly coloured fish play an outsized role in the marine food chain in coral reefs.
Layers of rock provide a historical record of variations in the Earth's orbit, revealing information about the planet's climate billions of years ago.
With global warming, underwater Arctic kelp forests are proliferating, and might be a potential resource.
Vehicles in Canada are big, heavy and guzzle a lot of gasoline.
Understanding the different facets of soil reveals a complex and fascinating cultural and evolutionary history.
Wild bees pollinate trees and shrubs that feed and shelter wildlife, provide flood control, prevent soil erosion and help regulate the climate.
The Liberal government's contradictory stances on the environment and economic development may result in Andrew Scheer's Conservatives winning in October.
The Green Party breakthrough in Prince Edward Island and positive result in British Columbia foreshadows the party's prospects at the federal level in the fall.
A ruling by the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal recognizes the threat of climate change, but its approach is too narrow.
Urban beekeeping is growing in popularity, but so is the backlash against honey bees.
Urban pollutants are a health concern in growing cities. Scientists are turning to honey bees to help monitor contaminants in soil, water, air and plants.
The unlikely failure of the catastrophe bond market won't trigger a financial crisis like the one a decade ago.