Sable Island will soon become our forty-third national park, and the challenge for Parks Canada is how to reconcile the competing interests of wilderness protection and ecotourism. Can a national park really manage both?
Ski porn meets climate change in a new movie by the Rocky Mountain Sherpas
The battle for the northern headwaters of the Mackenzie River
Our natural world is a fraction of what it was before the mass culls and oil spills of the human era. To imagine how it once was is not to lament, but to picture what it can be again
Greetings from twenty-first-century Europe, where new ideas, new technologies, and better ways of living are flourishing
Environmentalists have long struggled to save Nature from humanity’s negligence — and still we’ve reached the brink of catastrophe. How can we learn to thrive in the climate we’ve created? The answer begins beneath the sea…
What’s the greenest way to dispose of human remains?
Dave Hughes’s guide to the end of the fossil fuel age
Conservationists are restoring a living tortoise fossil to its prehistoric range. Can we recreate nature?
A simple green tariff has transformed Germany. Why isn’t Canada following suit?
Vertical farms will take eating local to the next level — but are they safe?
The curious conservation of the Great Lakes eel
Ecological economists are assigning a price to watersheds
and other biological factories
Can sea barriers save New York from global warming’s perfect storm?
How trans fats endanger wild elephants in Borneo
Accusations of cancerous fallout divide a small Ontario town
China is undertaking the most ambitious environmental restoration in history
New research suggests climate change could be faster and more furious than anyone expects
Iceland’s experiment with hydrogen points toward an oil-free world.
With the family farm suffering, some enterprising growers are counting on “agritourism” to bring in revenue
How global warming will melt our glaciers, empty the Great Lakes,
force Canada to divert rivers, build dams, and, yes, sell water to the United States
As a youth, the trees sustained me. I wonder now, have they been betrayed ?
Are fire retardants actually a toxic hazard?