Stefan Labbé

COP15 — the Canadian summit trying to stop a global extinction crisis

Nearly 200 countries will attend COP15, held in Montreal from Dec. 7-19, in an effort to ratify a 10-year plan to halt and reverse the largest extinction crisis since the disappearance of the...

Canada’s largest sustainable forestry program accused of greenwashing

A complaint to Canada's Competition Bureau claims Canada's largest forestry certification process acts as an industry shield used to 'greenwash' logging and forestry operations on a massive scale

Could driving without winter tires in B.C. void your insurance?

No, but it could affect how much you pay out in the end, says one Vancouver lawyer

What's in Canada's new climate adaptation strategy?

Canada has released its plan to adapt to a changing planet. Experts say it's up to all levels of government and ordinary Canadians to see it through.

B.C.'s 2021 floods a 'toxic soup' of fecal coliform, fuel and cocaine

The report, which described wildlife and human habitat blurring during the flood, found 59 substances exceeded pan-Canadian environmental quality guidelines, and in some cases, concentrations grew as...

B.C.'s 2021 floods a 'toxic soup' of fecal coliform, fuel and cocaine

The report, which described wildlife and human habitat blurring during the flood, found 59 substances exceeded pan-Canadian environmental quality guidelines, and in some cases, concentrations grew as...

How climate change warped B.C.'s weather this fall

From the last week of September to the third week of October, climate change made temperatures across much of B.C. 1.5 to five times hotter, according to a new tool.

Weekend rainfall warnings 'likely' as atmospheric river drenches B.C. coast

Expect heavy rain and some gusty winds, but nothing like last November, says Environment Canada.

B.C. gets 'F' on climate action report card

A coalition representing two million British Columbians has handed the B.C. government a failing grade in six out of 10 indicators on climate action.

Startup using drones to replant B.C.’s burnt forests

Swarms of seed-bearing drones can replant scorched land much quicker and sooner than conventional tree planters, company says