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Felix Böck takes used disposable chopsticks from restaurants and transforms them into versatile bamboo blocks used for tables, shelving, and even art.
The Forest Landscape Integrity Index, an open-source tool created by 47 global conservation and forests experts, is a measure of human impact on forests - and has some concerning news.
One-off cash payments are a simple and effective way of cutting homelessness, according to a new study. Findings are key as COVID-19 stokes the crisis.
The Chronic Homelessness Artificial Intelligence model has a 93% success rate in predicting homelessness. It means more support can be given to those at risk.
Canada has become the first country to boycott this year's Olympic and Paralympic games, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and concerns for their athletes' health and safety.
Climate change has shown permafrost is perhaps not so permanent after all – and as it begins to melt, it's reshaping the Arctic.
The most effective solutions to bridge opportunity gaps can be found at the local level – and require all stakeholders to come to the table.
Wasted food is a huge emitter of greenhouse gases: Toronto’s green energy scheme is trying to close the loop.
Canada's Northwest Territories have gone from having the worst female representation in 2015 to the best. Following only two women being elected four years ago, nine women will now go to ...
The campaign to save 2,000 acres of forest on the British Columbia Coast hit $2.3 million in just three months.
Climate change is extending pollen seasons and distorting pollen concentration, in turn, triggering prolonged allergic reactions.
Black bears are one of a number of species adapting to life with humans, and in some cases, benefiting.
Warming temperatures are melting the Arctic ice, disrupting the way of life of both people and animals. Can Canadian environmental protections save this vital region?
Automation is going to bring major changes to our workplaces, including widespread job losses - and research shows that some ethnic groups will be hit harder by this than others. Here's why
Despite parks having a reputation for being crime hot-spots, research seems to show otherwise. It really depends on the park.