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

Environmental groups celebrate as ExxonMobil gives up oil exploration permits in B.C.

Environmental groups are celebrating after ExxonMobil relinquished offshore oil and gas exploration permits in British Columbia dating back more than 50 years.  Lawyer...

Climate change threatens Canadian security, prosperity, warns stark spy agency brief

Canada's spy service warns that climate change poses a profound, ongoing threat to national security and prosperity, including the possible loss of parts of British Columbia and the Atlantic...

Feds fail to disclose Coastal GasLink data on salmon eggs, habitat

Shannon McPhail said she felt like the “world’s biggest schmuck” after reading an email from a senior official at Fisheries and Oceans Canada.

UBC fisheries scientists land big prize

Daniel Pauly, Rashid Sumaila recognized for research supporting high seas fishing ban

New coalition formed to save BC salmon from extinction

First Nations Fisheries Council calls for all hands on deck approach to crisis

One of Metro Vancouver’s leading environmental consultancy firm has expanded across B.C.

Next Environmental leaves no stone unturned in its pursuit of the pinnacle in environmental services

'Uncharted' dry spell threatens B.C. reservoir levels

"This is a fall season we've never seen before. It's a very odd scenario"

Nature based solutions play 'modest' role in climate mitigation

Report estimates nature based climate solutions could reduce Canada's GHGs by 6%

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...

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...