Sustainability

Seabirds and Oil Spills: Using DNA to Track Health Impacts

As global temperatures rise and sea ice melts, shipping...

Reducing Renewable Energy Uncertainty

Two of the most important technologies for mitigating global...

Growing Food Year-Round

Access to nutritious and affordable food is a Canada-wide...

Fighting An Invasion

In the early 1990s the mountain pine beetle outbreak...

Net-Zero Now

To ward off the worst impacts of climate change, Canada has committed to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. That means in less than three...

Tackling Global Warming

Reducing our reliance on fossil fuels and replacing them with renewable sources of clean energy is the most important front in the fight against...

High-Tech Food Security

Two of the biggest worries on the minds of Canadians are climate change and the rising cost of groceries.A brand-new, high-tech indoor gardening pod...

Next Gen Net Zero

Almost half of Canada's greenhouse gas emissions come from burning fuel for heat and electricity in homes, offices and industrial buildings. Nearly 30 per...

Permafrost Thaw and Our Climate

About 40 per cent of Canada's land mass is underlain by permafrost, a layer of permanently frozen ground beneath the surface of the planet's...

Building to Net Zero

In Canada, nearly 30 per cent of the energy consumed is used to heat and cool our buildings, producing more than 20 per cent...