Moving To Mars, Is Likely A One-Way Journey
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Moving To Mars, Is Likely A One-Way Journey

Reading Time: 2 minutes The idea of colonizing Mars has captivated the imagination of scientists and the public alike for decades. With recent advances in technology and an increased focus on space exploration, the possibility of humans setting up permanent settlements on the red planet is becoming increasingly realistic. One of the main reasons for colonizing Mars is the Read More…

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More Electric Vehicles Could Mean A Strain On The Canadian Electrical Grid

Reading Time: 2 minutes The increased adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) in Canada has the potential to put a significant load on the electric grid. As more and more make the switch to EVs, the demand for electricity is likely to increase, putting pressure on the grid to meet the rising demand. This can have a range of consequences, Read More…

Why Do Moose Shed Their Antlers?
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Why Do Moose Shed Their Antlers?

Reading Time: < 1 minute Moose, also known as Alces alces, are large mammals found in the northern hemisphere. They are known for their impressive antlers, which can grow up to six feet in width. However, these antlers are not permanent fixtures on a moose’s head. Instead, they are shed annually and regrown each year. Within the last couple of Read More…

The Line Between Climate Activism And Obstructionism, Has Been Blurred
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The Line Between Climate Activism And Obstructionism, Has Been Blurred

Reading Time: 2 minutes Climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our time, and it’s not surprising that many people are taking to the streets to protest and demand action. However, some activists are going to extreme lengths with their protests, putting themselves and others in danger. One example of this is the use of civil Read More…

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How Is The Hole In The Ozone Layer Slowly Repairing Itself?

Reading Time: 2 minutes The ozone layer is a region of the Earth’s stratosphere containing high ozone concentration (O3) molecules. These molecules absorb a significant amount of the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation, which helps to protect life on Earth from the harmful effects of UV rays, such as skin cancer and cataracts in humans, and damage to plants and Read More…

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What Do You Know About Sunbirds?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Sunbirds are a type of small, brightly coloured bird that are found in a variety of warm, tropical regions around the world. Unlike snowbirds, which are known for travelling to warmer climates during the winter months, sunbirds actually migrate to colder climates when the winter arrives. One of the most interesting things about sunbirds is Read More…

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The World Would Be Less Habitable Without Science And Vaccines

Reading Time: 2 minutes The importance of science and vaccines cannot be overstated. Science has allowed us to understand the world around us, from the smallest subatomic particles to the vast expanse of the universe. It has given us the tools to cure diseases, generate clean energy, and create new technologies that have improved the quality of life for Read More…

More Action Needs To Be Taken In 2023 To Address Climate Change
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More Action Needs To Be Taken In 2023 To Address Climate Change

Reading Time: 2 minutes Addressing climate change is not just a government problem, every citizen on earth must do their part to save the planet Yes, global climate change is one of the most pressing environmental challenges facing the world today. It is caused by the increasing levels of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide, in the Earth’s atmosphere, Read More…

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Ban On Several Single Us Plastics, Take Effect Today In Canada

Reading Time: 2 minutes Plastic cutlery, stir sticks, and bangs are all a part of the single-use plastic prohibition The call for protecting the environment has grown louder as each year passes. Whether it be pollution from fossil fuel or a ban on single-use plastics, they are both hot-button issues climate activists have demanded the Canadian Federal government address.  Read More…

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U.S Scientists, Announce Nuclear Fusion Breakthrough

Reading Time: 2 minutes Nuclear fusion is considered the holy grail of energy if it can be successfully harnessed and commercially distributed On Tuesday, the U.S. Energy Department announced that its scientists had successfully engineered a nuclear fusion reaction that produces more power than it consumes. It marked a milestone achievement in a decades-long quest to find a clean, Read More…

Flood Recovery Underway In Scotland
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Flood Recovery Underway In Scotland

Reading Time: 2 minutes A clean-up operation is underway following heavy rainfall and flooding across parts of Scotland The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (S.E.P.A.) issued several severe weather warnings for the North East on Friday, with a month’s worth of rain falling in some areas and record high river flows. There are still flood warnings in place across eastern Read More…

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Is It Time To Tone Down The Climate Change “Greenwashing” Rhetoric?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Eliminating fossil fuel in an all-or-nothing approach will be detrimental to the global economy Is the Earth warming? The answer is yes. Do we need to do more about reducing our dependency on fossil fuels? Absolutely yes. And do we need to reduce our carbon footprint yes? However, doing so in a non-advanced manner and Read More…

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Spain Makes Big Financial Investments At COP27 

Reading Time: 3 minutes Spain launches the International Drought Resilience Alliance and reiterates its full commitment to the climate emergency agenda The President of the Government of Spain, Pedro Sánchez, has taken part in the first day of the Leaders’ Summit of the 27th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Read More…

The UK’s Presidency of COP26 Ends As World Leaders Meet in Egypt For COP27
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The UK’s Presidency of COP26 Ends As World Leaders Meet in Egypt For COP27

Reading Time: 2 minutes One year on from hosting COP26 in Glasgow, the UK has handed over the Presidency of the United Nations Climate Change Conference to Egypt as world leaders, including the UK’s PM, Rishi Sunak, meet at Sharm el Sheikh for COP27. The UK’s Presidency of COP26 made progress on each of its four goals of mitigation Read More…

COP27 Will Be The Most Difficult Summit To Date
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COP27 Will Be The Most Difficult Summit To Date

Reading Time: 3 minutes The war in Ukraine has seen an increased demand for coal as oil and gas prices continue to rise By: Manuel Ostos  Climate change is no longer an issue for scientists and specialists. It is a serious problem that affects us all, and we don’t know whether it can be fixed or if it will Read More…

“Our Air Is Killing Us, And No One Seems To Mind”
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“Our Air Is Killing Us, And No One Seems To Mind”

Reading Time: 2 minutes RISE St. James Activists From “Cancer Alley” Hold Funeral Procession in D.C, Call On President Biden to Declare a State of Emergency Earlier today, RISE St. James, a faith-based, grassroots environmental organization led by The Goldman Prize winner, Sharon Lavigne, hosted a funeral procession across D.C to honor lives lost to the fossil fuel industry and demand more action Read More…

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Dos And Don’ts of Fall Landscaping

Reading Time: 4 minutes Landscaping needs to be taken seriously, seeing as how it affects the resale value of your property, your own ability to enjoy your home’s backyard, and the overall health of your garden. You see, the health of your soil affects the health of all the plants in your backyard. When it comes to landscaping, it’s Read More…

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The Ocean Clean Up Is Helping Remove The Island Of Ocean Trash

Reading Time: 2 minutes With System 002/A, most of the ocean’s plastic could be cleared by 2040. On The 18th of August, The Ocean Cleanup deployed new technology to help collect the enormous amount of plastic littering the ocean. The Ocean Cleanups aims to reduce 90% of floating plastic by 2040. They mainly target the atrocity named the Great Read More…

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Climate Change Is Real, But Canada Must Remain An Oil Producing Nation

Reading Time: 2 minutes There is a complicated relationship between Canada, oil and gas, and the fight against climate change. According to C.A.P.P. (The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers), Canada has the world’s largest oil reserves, contributing about $105 billion to Canada’s gross domestic product (G.D.P.), 400,00 jobs.  It averages $10 billion in annual revenue for provincial and federal Read More…

Canada is on its way to net-zero emissions
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The New Environmental Measures For Cruise Ships In Canada Are Working

Reading Time: 2 minutes Canada is on its way to net-zero emissions Transit Canada held a press release on August 18th in Ottawa to discuss the impact of the environmental measures established for cruise ships. The Canadian government implemented these measures because of its commitment to giving citizens a healthy environment. Joyce Murray, the Minister of Fisheries, stated, “Protecting Read More…

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Intense Heatwaves Scorching Planet Earth – A Consequence Of Climate Change

Reading Time: 2 minutes The heatwaves across the globe serve as a ‘wake-up’ call for governments to take the climate crisis seriously. With the Earth getting hotter, more floods, droughts, and wildfires and temperature will continue to rise if humans do not stop adding greenhouse gas emissions to the atmosphere. While countries across the globe agreed during the 2015 Read More…

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Canadian Environmental Minister Guilbeault, Proposing Major Changes To How Products Get Recycled In Canada

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Next Steps In Canada’s Zero Waste By 2030 Plan Today, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Steven Guilbeault, announced the next step in delivering on Canada’s commitments on plastic waste and pollution by launching two consultations to:  – Develop rules for recyclability and compostability labeling and,  – Establish a federal plastics registry for Read More…