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Asian carp
The Invasive Asian Carp are currently swimming 122km from the Great Lakes. They could be detrimental to the water system, but it might not be as bad as we expect.
We've relaunched and revitalized the Green Student — find out what’s ahead and learn how you can be part of the Green Student's growing community of student writers.
Greenpeace
Reviewing the 2015 documentary that tells the story of the people and politics involved in creating Greenpeace.
Wind Energy
In a new blog series, journalist Zack Metcalfe explores explores environmental issues like climate change and endangered species. This first post is all about renewable energy.
Paris COP 21
In order to effectively implement the factors of the Paris Agreement, Canada must rethink its sustainable governance
Introducing: 41.5 Out of the Box (screenshot)
A sneak peak of A/J's latest Out of the Box issue!
a vegetarian meal
A future sustained by meat alternatives — what are you willing to change?
Make it Kenya
Live stream project allows the world a new view of animal migration in Kenya
Unusually warm December temperatures are a welcome, yet eerie change for Toronto Island residents
In the course of their 27-year study in the Gulf of St Lawrence, the Mingan Island Cetacean Study (MICS) discovered that whales are adapting to climate change faster than humans
One cartographer’s way of of helping indigenous communities.
Although the agreement made in Paris may be missing some pieces, it is an incredible step forward
The University of Toronto has been recommended from an advisory committee to ditch fossil fuel investments. Will other Canadian universities follow suit?
Paris
After two weeks of negotiations, COP21 has ended and all 195 signatories have adopted a universal agreement. Now what?
Climate change warning labels on gas pumps are coming to a municipality near you
Canada needs to go above and beyond the Paris Agreement to make a decarbonized economy a reality
As a recent transplant to Toronto Island, Jonathan Rotsztain will be documenting his first winter in this unique environment through interviews with seasoned Islanders
Together, we did a lot of great work in 2015. But that work is just getting started...
Politicians and activists weigh in on the importance of reaching an agreement at COP21
Catch up on this week’s biggest climate and COP21 news