Canadian Geographic Article Index
Articles tagged with Environment (22)
Hope for the Saskatchewan River Delta?
In a world where water is an increasingly precious commodity, what does the future hold for the Saskatchewan River Delta, one of the country’s most important wetlands?
Species on the rebound
The remarkable resurgence of seven Canadian critters
Source: Canadian Geographic, December 2013
, British Columbia
, Endangered species
, Greater sage grouse
, Humpback whale
, Pacific Ocean
, Peregrine falcons
, Sea otter
, Species at Risk Act
, Swift fox
, Whooping crane
, Wild turkey
, Wood Buffalo National Park
Interview: Alexandra Cousteau
International water conservationist Alexandra Cousteau visits the Ottawa River
Species richness in Canada’s remaining intact forests
Common loon faces uncertain future
A new study suggests loon populations could soon decline
You’ve snagged the prize that honours your groundbreaking idea to protect, restore or preserve Canada’s environment, so what’s next? The past four winners of the 3M Environmental Innovation Award have big plans.
Field station woes
Cut off from federal funding, field stations look for new ways to stay afloat
Source: Canadian Geographic, October 2012
, Algonquin Provincial Park
, Edmonton, Alberta
, Fisheries and Oceans Canada
, Kluane Lake Research Station
, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council
, Peterborough, Ontario
, Research station
, Whitehorse, Yukon
Just build it
Why isn’t Canada spearheading the movement to build more sustainable homes?
A better way
Canada’s largest cities are paving the way for more eco-conscious commuting choices
From energy-efficient stadiums to solar-powered boats, making leisure time clean and green is all the rage
Vancouver might just be home to the greenest building in the world. Meet the geography professor who brought it to life.
Step aside, soybeans and sunflowers. This slimy stuff could someday power the world.
Water concerns and environmental risk assessments impede plans for a mega-quarry near the GTA