Many of the common hurdles for large-scale carbon capture and storage can be addressed when projects share knowledge and do not start from ground zero in their development, writes Beth (Hardy) Valiaho of International CCS Knowledge Centre.
As Epicurious cut beef from its digital diet this week, conservative culture warriors used misinformation to invent their own meat-related scandal, writes columnist Max Fawcett. But at some point, we're going to have to reckon with the climate impact of our diet.
Meat, dairy and egg production in Canada involves forcing thousands of animals to live in filthy conditions. By any epidemiological standard, this is a disaster waiting to happen, write Jenny Henry and Darlene Levecque of Nation Rising.
Actions taken (or not taken) by those in charge of Ontario’s pandemic response have appeared to prioritize short-term economic activity over public health goals, writes Cathy Slavik, a PhD candidate in Health Geography at McMaster University.
Almost inevitably, any conversation around urban planning comes down to a conflict between today’s residents and tomorrow’s, writes columnist Max Fawcett. And right now, in cities across the country, tomorrow’s residents are getting their butts kicked.
Canada must capitalize on its natural advantages, invest in its homegrown industries and create the regulatory environment needed to become a global leader in electrified transportation powered by renewable electricity.