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

Biomass: Carbon neutral or worse than coal?

Burning plants and trees to generate energy creates a complicated CO2 equation

BC GHGs dipped 4% in 2020

Pandemic lockdown drove emissions down, but not enough to meet targets

11 endangered sturgeon deaths in a week send B.C. scientists looking for answers

It's not clear what killed the endangered Nechako River fish, which grow to up to six metres long and live for more than 100 years

Tŝilhqot'in Nation asks B.C. moose hunters to stay home

"We need to protect our food sources to protect our families and communities," says the Chief of the Tŝilhqot'in Nation

Alberta achieved deep cuts to methane emissions

Example shows oil and gas sector can get methane to near zero: Pembina Institute

B.C. scuba diver fined $12,000 for getting too close to orcas

Fishery officers said the man's commercial vessel had attempted to motor ahead of a killer whale pod several times, a practice known as "leap-frogging"

Project to examine wetlands for flood protection

Insurance companies donating to effort to use nature based solutions

Ocean survey suggests poor Adams River sockeye returns

Pink salmon in Broughton Archipelago region appear returning in healthy numbers

Victoria to ban use of fossil fuels in new buildings by 2025

Councillors want new buildings to use renewable energy, likely in the form of electricity, instead of natural gas or other fossil fuels for space heating, water heating

98 per cent less forest has burned this fire season when compared with last year

The Kamloops Fire Centre lists just four wildfires of note across the region so far this season. The Nohomin Creek Wildfire was discovered on July 14, about two kilometres northwest of Lytton