And crucially, it will help communities pay for the massive costs imposed by climate change-related disasters
The foam in floating docks is a major source of marine pollution. Washington has just banned it, Canada should too
The Kearl tailings spill, dreams, and the spirit of water
Cassandra Blondin Burt
In BC's LNG-for-export gambit, electricity is only half of the equation. Water is the more significant other – leaving wild rivers vulnerable to speculation.
October | November 2023
The theme of this issue is Food In/Security. At a time of global crisis around food, we need to future-proof by reaching for resilient solutions. Many factors, from huge agri-corps and globalization to climate change and the affordability of land, influence the abundance of food.