With last year’s wildfires, 2019 is sure to go down into the hall of flame.
This past year, climate action took the centre stage in the world and at the University of Saskatchewan.
The holidays don’t have to be stressful for you or the planet.
A planetary emergency.
Two things that are spookier than spooky season.
A peaceful protest of around 30 participants raised awareness to address the mass-extinction climate threat.
Emissions at the U of S have gone up by 7.8 per cent since 2006-07.
The most recent data about U of S greenhouse gas emissions dates back to 2016.
Climate change is no joke so here’s an in-depth analysis of each party’s platform on it.
As millions protest for urgent climate action, a question of uncertainty still reigns.