Covering a full range of environmental and sustainability issues in Vancouver, British Columbia and Canada as a whole

Here's FortisBC's plans for discharging treated water at Woodfibre LNG and BC Rail sites

The company has submitted an application to the BC Energy Regulator to release treated waste water at two sites: the BC Rail and Woodfibre LNG sites

Vancouver unveils Canada's first electric fire truck in its pledge to cut emissions

The city has committed to chopping emission from its fleet by 60 per cent below 2007 levels by 2030

Supreme Court decisions forced some rethink of oil, gas emissions cap, minister says

Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault is in Dubai for the annual global climate pact talks taking place over the next two weeks

The hidden environmental cost of your overflowing email inbox

The electricity used by emails results in a wide range of CO2 equivalents

Here's what you need to know about Canada's priorities and challenges ahead of COP28

After a summer of record-breaking heat and unprecedented wildfires, world leaders will gather Thursday for two weeks of climate change negotiations in Dubai

As B.C. glaciers retreat, gold mining companies stake claims in new salmon habitat

Salmon habitat or gold mine? In the wake of melting glaciers, new prospects open up along the B.C.-Alaska border

This is the safest location in B.C. to avoid Mother Nature

The experts have spoken and one location stands out as having a lower risk level for earthquakes, floods, wildfires, landslides and tsunamis when compared to other B.C. spots

Feds to appeal court ruling that struck down cabinet order labelling plastics toxic

The Nov. 16 decision says Ottawa had overstepped by labelling all 'plastic manufactured items' as toxic under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act

B.C. groups intervene in legal bid to rein in weak government climate targets

Ontario Court of Appeal case could act as a 'sword' to hold B.C. and federal climate targets in check, says lawyer

B.C. group offers model for national climate corps

A new poll has found most Canadians support a new youth climate corps to fight disasters and drive down carbon emissions. Advocates say a pilot program showing what's possible could be 'British...