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Snow geese are seen during their migratory movements at the Reservoir Beaudet, in Victoriaville, Que. in 2023. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Bernard Brault

Climate change is helping the H5N1 bird flu virus spread and evolve

H5N1 is the latest evidence that climate change is altering how viruses spread and evolve. It is essential that global public health officials take these dynamics into account.
Beekeeper Andrew Cote inspects the famed Waldorf Astoria hotel’s bee hives in August 2013 in New York. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

How the health of honeybee hives can inform environmental policies in Canadian cities

Urban bee hives in Canada face unique challenges and making our cities healthier for bees may just help them become better places for us all.
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Why do so few people cycle for transport in Australia? 6 ideas on how to reap all the benefits of bikes

We want healthy, liveable cities and to cut emissions to net zero. Getting more people to use bicycles instead of cars will go a long way towards achieving these goals.
Cytostatic drugs help treat a range of cancers but may also pose a threat to ecosystems. (Shutterstock)

Cancer drug pollution is a growing global concern

Modern pharmaceuticals have saved millions of lives, however, there is growing concern that these same drugs may pose a real ecological concern for human and non-human life alike.
À Berlin, le 4 juin 2023, près de 30 000 cyclistes ont fait campagne pour de meilleures conditions de pratique du vélo. Shutterstock/Mo Photography Berlin

Cycling: The untapped potential for improving our health (and the climate)

Every kilometre cycled in France saves around one euro in healthcare costs, according to a recent analysis of decennial mobility survey.

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