Climate Change Doesn’t Have To Cost The Economy

Ben Hamill - June 09, 2020

A global health disaster is too big a price to pay for positive climate change and a really painful system of working toward decreased carbon emissions. A cool hard truth as voiced by Corinne Le Quéré, who is a Canadian prof...Read More

Climate Chaos to Blame For Bumblebee Decline

Ben Hamill - February 11, 2020

Bumblebees face an uncertain future. And according to a new study led by climate change and specifically region-specific heat waves, are to blame. Bumblebees are less abundant in areas that have become hotter in recent times and research...Read More

Greta Thunberg Named Time’s Person Of The Year

Ben Hamill - December 27, 2019

In only a few months, Greta Thunberg went from striking from school to raise climate change awareness in Stockholm, Sweden, to a household name. Now, the 16-year-old climate change activist has been named as Time Magaz...Read More

Climate Change Becomes a Sticky Political Issue

Ben Hamill - October 31, 2019

If ever there were a situation that actually fits the bill of being an actual “sticky situation” then it’s a recent unfortunate series of events that have led to government-mandated anti-carbon stickers falling o...Read More

Ottawa Youths Head To Court Over Climate

Ben Hamill - October 29, 2019

Young Ottawa residents and climate change activists are attempting to re-write how their own stories unfold by resorting to extreme measures in an attempt to get federal government to listen up and take action. The gro...Read More

Extinction Rebellion Gaining Momentum

Ben Hamill - October 12, 2019

A London-based group going by the name of Extinction Rebellion (XR) is risking livelihood and legal limb in an attempt to awaken the minds of government officials as well as civilians to the fact that essentially, time...Read More

War On Climate Change Is A Losing Battle

Ben Hamill - September 20, 2019

The war on climate change is in many ways a war on self. Instead of fighting some external enemy, combatting climate change requires a change of lifestyle; a challenge that has proved itself to be exponentially more da...Read More

Quebec’s Youth Seek Enviro-Relief From Court

Ben Hamill - June 27, 2019

Global courts are being approached more often now than ever before to rule on issues related to climate change, global warming and a variety of other environmental issues. The world-wide “climate litigation” moveme...Read More

Bank Of Canada Releases Climate Change FSR

Ben Hamill - May 27, 2019

For the first time ever, the Bank of Canada has released a special report focusing on climate change. More specifically, the report details the many ways in which climate change poses a definite and real threat to the country’s financ...Read More

Global Warming Hitting Canada Hard

Ben Hamill - April 08, 2019

Many people, when asked to raise an opinion on environmental issues like global warming, climate change and endangered animal species, will respond by saying that they are not blind to environmental challenges, but tha...Read More

B.C.’s Sponges Thrive Despite Climate Change

Ben Hamill - December 22, 2018

Climate change poses many threats to life on earth, and each and every living creature will ultimately feel its effects in one way or another. One of the main after-effects is a major change in oxygen levels in our oceans. All living crea...Read More

W.H. Bush Honoured For Environmental Legacy

Ben Hamill - December 12, 2018

Acid rain is the last topic that one would expect to receive airtime at anyone’s funeral, let alone that of a former US president. But considering the fact that the environment and its protection was a passion and a priority that ...Read More

Trump Rejects More Proof of Climate Change

Ben Hamill - November 30, 2018

President of the United States of America Donald Trump has reportedly rejected the projections of a recent report on climate change and its expected effects. The POTUS has opted to turn a blind eye to the report’s fi...Read More

Canadian Scientists Say the ‘The Blob’ is Back

Ben Hamill - October 24, 2018

According to expert meteorologists, in British Columbia are once again heating up an area of the Pacific Ocean, recreating a phenomenon that has over the years become known as simply ‘the blob’. The mass of warm w...Read More

Saving British Columbia’s Rattlesnakes

Ben Hamill - October 14, 2018

The rattlesnake population of British Columbia is dwindling, and now scientists and conservationists are working to change that. Working with the province’s transportation department, they are building subterranean ...Read More

Great Lakes’ Temperatures Continue to Soar

Ben Hamill - September 13, 2018

The Great Lakes of Canada are getting rapidly hotter, with some parts seeing a rise of three degrees or more in the past months. And while a mere three degrees may not seem all that concerning, it certainly has local s...Read More

Climate Change Brings Black Widow Spiders to Canada

Ben Hamill - August 18, 2018

If you have arachnophobia you may want to stop reading now! Venomous Black Widow spiders have now moved further north than scientists were anticipating, invading many highly populated parts of Canada during their travels. Clearly, it seem...Read More