Research

This year, Earth Overshoot Day fell on August 2nd. But first, let’s rewind. What’s Earth Overshoot Day and why is it important?
A University of Waterloo study uses a citizen photography exercise to investigate urban change and its impacts in Downtown Kitchener.
Environmental news from the week of July 3 - July 9, 2016
  • “While monocultures were capable of storing an average of 12 tons of carbon per hectare, the pools rich in species… https://t.co/Jq72kt6agS 23 hours 25 min ago
  • Our land can only hold so much phosphorus before it leaches into waterways, encouraging the growth of dangerous… https://t.co/wqPYbojUHi 2 days 22 hours ago
  • RT : We have an issue coming up on ethical investing for - and when we talk divestment we’ve focused on f… https://t.co/gpOOVlbbkQ 4 days 47 min ago