In addition to eggnog, gingerbread houses, caroling, ridiculous looking sweaters, and unspoken tension with in-laws, we can now come to expect the pre-Christmas tradition of having our government play an embarrassingly obstructive role at the United Nations World Climate Change Conference
For years now, climate activists have argued that individual actions like driving more economical cars and using more efficient light bulbs are a crucial element in the effort to address global warming. But is this really true?
The U of S has signed an agreement with a research institute in the Netherlands to collaborate on environmental monitoring technology.
The brewmaster and owner of Paddock Wood dropped by the University of Saskatchewan for a pint of his 606 ale and a talk. Aside from making delicious, unique local beer, Steve Cavan wants to make sustainable brew.
David Jacobson is the American ambassador to Canada, and he hopes to see Canada and the U.S. develop similar environmental policies
Retire Your Ride celebrated its last stop on the Bicycle Show and Shine tour Aug. 28 at the Saskatoon Farmers' Market. The tour, which travelled throughout rural and urban Saskatchewan, supported the federal government's Retire Your Ride program to promote bicycle use and public transit in place of automobile use.
On Saturday, Aug. 28, the Saskatoon Farmers' Market hosted the first ever Local Foods Day. The goal of Local Foods Day is to ensure that the city commits to food security, which is each citizen's right to safe, diverse, nutritional and locally grown food.
Organic producers say their food tastes better, is more nutritious, and is better for the environment. But in an effort to be wary of salespeople's pitches, I decided to get to the roots of claims about organic foods.
With his $20,000 research grant, Karthik Shankar intends to develop a more efficient, cheaper solar panel using nanotechnology.
Underneath the boreal forest in northern Alberta the topsoil and clay give way to an ocean of sand and silt. But this is not like most other sand in the world ”” this dark, sticky underground expanse is the controversial and highly lucrative oil sands upon which Canada's environmental and economic health may rest.