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Radio-Canada
12/8/2017

General Motors of Canada is proposing to build a renewable energy project at its St. Catharines Propulsion Plant that will use landfill gas to generate electricity and heat to power the plant.
Radio-Canada
12/8/2017

Federal bills on carbon pricing, coal, clean fuels expected in 2018
Environmental advocates say 2018 is going to have to be a banner year for environmental legislation, regulation and strategies or Canada's climate plan is going to end up on the scrap heap of climate promises past.
Radio-Canada
12/7/2017

Arctic sea ice melt could exacerbate California droughts: study
Melting Arctic sea ice could render sun-soaked California vulnerable to a recurrence of the severe drought suffered in recent years as it is likely to cause high pressure systems that push away rain-bearing storms, a study released Tuesday says.
Radio-Canada
12/6/2017

'To see [peregrines] now being de-listed is actually a wonderful time,' said Dave Mossop, who's been involved in species recovery efforts since the 1970s.
Radio-Canada
12/5/2017

Canada s Climate change ambassador steps down after sudden death of her husband
Jennifer MacIntyre, Canada's climate change ambassador, is stepping down after the sudden death of her husband. MacIntyre was appointed in June, filling a position that had been vacant since January 2015. She was previously Canada's ambassador to Sw
Radio-Canada
12/4/2017

Exoplanet could be super-Earth, Canadian astronomers say
Canadian astronomers have not only discovered that a world orbiting a star 111 light years away could be a "super-Earth," they've also discovered a new exoplanet in the same solar system.
Radio-Canada
12/2/2017

Manitoba s unique golden-winged warbler population threatened by blue-winged mates: study
A new study shows that a unique bird that calls Manitoba home is being threatened by finding love with a blue-winged mate.
Radio-Canada
11/29/2017

Climate denier blogs ignore sea ice and polar bear science, study finds
An analysis of dozens of blogs that question the threat climate change poses to polar bears has found those publications ignore virtually all the science on both the bears and sea ice.
Radio-Canada
11/29/2017

Here s what happens to a jet plane when a drone collides with it
Aircraft-manufacturing standards designed for bird strikes aren't appropriate for ensuring planes can withstand collisions with drones, researchers say after using computers to simulate collisions between drones and planes.
Radio-Canada
11/28/2017

Of mice and men? Change in rodents linked to climate change, McGill research shows
Milder winters appear to have resulted in physical changes in two species of mice in southern Quebec, in what a researcher from McGill University says is "very likely" an example of the consequences of climate change.




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Singapore awards tunnel contract


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Animal Antibiotic Sales Finally Drop, But Much


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Neo Solar Power benefiting from domestic Taiwan


Bath research project recognised by RIBA

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Disability and design. At the Smithsonian a recap exhibition

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