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News about climate change and other environmental issues and the people and organizations behind the science.

Space is increasingly congested, contested and competitive. (Photo: Canadian Space Agency)

Photo: Canadian Space Agency
Michel Doyon, manager of flight and systems operations at the Canadian Space Agency, walks us through what space debris is and its impact on Canada
Two moose stand by the side of the road

Photo: Lisa Bourgeault/Can Geo Photo Club

Photo: Lisa Bourgeault/Can Geo Photo Club
An estimated 29 million mammals are killed each year on European roads

During the ice storm in Dec. 23, 2013, Zhelevo reportedly didn't lose any branches. (Photo: Edith George)

Photo: Edith George
The fight to save the city’s oldest tree is over, and Zhelevo has won

WATSON, directed by Lesley Chilcott.

The Impact Series platform is streaming WATSON, directed by Lesley Chilcott, which documents the exploits of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society founder, Paul Watson

Photo: Rocky Mountain Books

Photo: Rocky Mountain Books
Author Lynn Martel offers an examination of Canadian glaciers to understand their futures and the secrets they hold
A hawk sits in the grass

This Swainson’s hawk was photographed on the Zen-Ridge property.

Photo: Jason Bantle
Critical property is home to a number of endangered and threatened species

More than 147,000 pine trees over eight million hectares were killed this past year by the mountain pine beetle. (Photo: Natural Resources Canada)

An interview with Natural Resources Canada Minister Seamus O’Regan on the federal government’s recent decision

The Natural Navigator; Tristan Gooley (Photo: Ben Queenborough)

Photo: Ben Queenborough
Starting with a simple question – ‘Which way am I looking?’ – Tristan Gooley blends natural science, myth, folklore and the history of travel to introduce you to the rare and ancient art of finding your way using nature’s own sign-posts, from the feel of a rock to a glance at the moon
billy goat overlooking a lake

Fully shed adult billy with a wisp of hair at the tail, photographed on the traditional territory in the southern Yukon and overlooking the Windy Arm of Tagish Lake.

Photo: Carcross/Tagish
With millions of photos taken globally each day on smartphones, researchers have found they may also contain important ecological clues about our rapidly changing planet
Fish swim in the light of a scuba diver

The lost world of B.C.'s ancient glass sponge reefs are brought to light in new documentary Moonless Oasis (Photo: Perpetuum Films / Moonless Oasis)

Photo: Perpetuum Films / Moonless Oasis
A conversation with filmmakers on how they captured this unique ecosystem, on screen.
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