Global leadership is urgently needed to ensure greenhouse gas emissions peak within 10 years, or the future costs of reining them in and adapting to a changing climate will rise dramatically, the head
Its capacity more than doubled in 2016. You probably don't think of China as a clean energy champion given its frequent problems with smog and continued dependence on coal power, but you may have to rethink
Now, scientists may have worked out what triggers them to blow in a new study published in the journal Scientific Reports. The Toba eruption was the largest volcanic eruption witnessed in history, which
In just over a week, down the rabbit hole we go. A lot of people are still clinging to the hope that the Donald Trump of the campaign trail, the thin-skinned insult machine who relishes conflict and reeks
In what could be the most closely scrutinised biological control project in Australia, a 2mm wasp is being released to control a deadly ant infestation Have you heard the one about the wasp that kills
Dear Prime Minister, You completely failed to do your job when you arrogantly announced that you were acting in the national interest by approving the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Expansion (TMX) and Line
The agency says automakers will be able to meet proposed fuel efficiency goals by 2025. The EPA and the Obama administration set lofty goals for lowering vehicle greenhouse gas emissions back in 2012.
Ontario's doctors are threatening to launch a job action if the provincial government does not grant them binding arbitration as part of their next contract and kill a bill that would restructure the system.
Science has found that your dog remembers the way you do. A new study published yesterday (Nov.23) in Current Biology reveals dogs can remember things even if they are not instructed to do. According the
Watching the 2016 election unfold was more of an emotional roller coaster than I could have ever anticipated. As a Canadian living in Washington, DC, I can’t vote in this country. Yet I’ve been riding
Medicines classified as ‘critically important in human medicine’ appear to be in frequent use, says European Medicines Agency Use of some of the strongest antibiotics available to treat life-threatening