The call for input comes less than two weeks after a B.C. ombudsman report found the province's emergency support programs for disaster evacuees are outdated, under-resourced, inaccessible and poorly...
A leaked letter outlines examples of lack of action and statements of misinformation by Surrey Mayor Brenda Locke and city council
In 2021, old-growth logging was 19% higher than originally claimed by the Ministry of Forests, when it said logging rates had hit 'record lows'
Some are hailing the rise of induction stoves as a new era in climate-friendly cooking. But for others, retrofitting commercial kitchens with the new technology is still too expensive
A May 2023 memo from BC Timber Sales gives direction for logging to proceed in certain old-growth forests where First Nations haven't responded or where road building elsewhere is deemed not...
New study reveals heat pumps outperform gas and resistive heating, even in sub-zero temperatures found across many parts of British Columbia
New study finds rising temperatures due to climate change have dried out B.C.'s forests, leading to a historic spike in wildfire activity over the past two decades.
Agricultural land, which makes up 20% of Metro Vancouver's land base, faces a number of threats from climate change, including extreme flooding, shifting temperatures and rainfall patterns, and new...
A new study has found that during the Northern Hemisphere's summer, climate change boosted temperatures for over half the world's population