Natasha Bulowski, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Canada's National Observer

Logging pollution is on the rise — but don't expect to find it on the accounting books

Widely used accounting methods leave the impression that wood harvests only marginally increase carbon emissions or don't increase them at all, new research suggests

$13B and counting: Feds put more taxpayer money on the line to complete TMX

The federal government is once again putting taxpayer dollars on the line to prop up the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion (TMX)

Hackers targeted Canada’s gas infrastructure. How do renewables fit into cybersecurity in Canada?

Experts say cleantech operators will face the same cybersecurity threats as their fossil fuel counterparts and should seize the opportunity to build strong defences into their infrastructure

Corporations are winning the inflation bump, while Canadians struggle with high prices

As Canadians struggle to afford essential goods and services, the spoils of inflation are ending up largely in corporate profits, particularly in oil, gas and mining industries, a new analysis...

Greenwashing complaint filed against Canada's biggest certifier of sustainable forestry

Canadian environmental groups have levelled another greenwashing complaint — this time at the largest certification scheme for sustainable forestry in North America.