University of Saskatchewan is looking at ‘burping’ in beef cattle to study methane emissions

Dr. Bart Lardner with the University of Saskatchewan is looking at the effects different types of grazing forages could have on emissions from beef cattle. “We are looking at the integration of legumes which are really important at improving the…

Edmonton social enterprise Earth Group unveils new aluminum bottled water product

Edmonton social enterprise Earth Group has been selling plastic bottled water, fair trade coffee and locally sourced tea to fund a partnership with the UN World Food Programme for 14 years. “We’ve funded over 3.6 million school meals for children,”…

Alberta ending separate offices for climate change, environmental monitoring

Alberta’s United Conservative government is eliminating stand-alone offices for climate change policy and environmental monitoring. Some say the move will damage the province’s ability to make science-based decisions and damage its international reputation. READ MORE: UCP MLAs to campaign for…

Ontario woman’s remains to return home from the Bahamas after hurricane Dorian: mother

The remains of an Ontario woman who died in the Bahamas during hurricane Dorian will soon be returned home, her mother said. Josie McDonagh said Alishia Liolli’s body was flown off the Abaco Islands to a funeral home in Nassau…

The Edmonton summer that wasn’t… and what fall may bring

Any time over the last three months in Alberta has shown that when it comes to “normal,” the term is best left to the washing machine dial, and not the weather. Or is it? “The average temperature for summer 2019…