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Two of the most destructive forces of nature — earthquakes and tsunamis — might be more of a threat than current estimates according to new research conducted by scientists at The University of New Mexico and the...

source: University of New Mexico

Teck Coal was ordered to pay a record $60 million fine this year for polluting waterways in the Elk Valley, but despite the penalty, contaminants continue to leach from piles of waste rock at the company’s mines...

source: The Narwhal

Standing in a field of alfalfa, 79-year-old Carl Israel picks up a handful of soil, smells it and remarks on its sweetness. "I remember my dad saying ... that when you're out there all day on the plow, you really get an appetite...

source: CBC News

In 2018, Cape Town was steadily inching toward Day Zero. Three years of punishing drought had reduced the city’s rain-fed reservoirs to just 17 per cent capacity. It seemed possible that the South African metropolis might become the first major city in the world to...

source: University Affairs

Lynda Lukasik worries about the future of Hamilton’s natural wetlands. At the heart of her concern is one developer’s proposal to relocate a wetland in Ancaster to make way for a 120,774-square-metre warehouse. “That feels like it’s a bit of a Pandora’s...

source: TVO

It’s a potentially monumental day in the Municipality of South Bruce. Crews started borehole drilling to determine if 1,500 acres north of Teeswater could house Canada’s first permanent nuclear waste facility. “We’re actually breaking ground. The...

source: CTV News


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