OPINION: The carbon-tax arguments made before the Court of Appeal last week demonstrate that climate-change policy has to be smart as well as aggressive.
ANALYSIS: New research suggests that we can farm fish without creating ecological nightmares. John Michael McGrath examines what that could mean for Ontario’s aquaculture industry.
This week, the city became the first in Ontario to pass such a motion. But will it lead to action?
Instead of raising property taxes to fund its climate-change plans, Peterborough has gone a different route — it’s accepting voluntary donations from residents.
Ontario university students are doing hands-on work in food and medicine gardens and in manomin fields — all part of a community-based research program aimed at cultivating healthy relationships and a healthy environment.
OPINION: There are more than 5,000 abandoned mines across the province. Rehabilitating them is a major challenge, writes John Gunn, and it comes with a hefty price tag. So who should pay?
ANALYSIS: The Tories have scrapped controversial changes to the Planning Act. But Bill 66 goes far beyond the Greenbelt, writes John Michael McGrath.
ANALYSIS: Premier Doug Ford claims that a federal carbon tax could spark a recession — but, John Michael McGrath asks, where’s the evidence?
Under provincial rules, you can’t construct a wood-frame building more than six storeys tall — but new technologies and initiatives could change all that.
A new project led by researchers at Western University aims to collect data on every tornado in Ontario this year. We talk to Professor Gregory Kopp about his team’s unique New Year’s resolution — and about the risks and rewards of storm-tracking.
OPINION: If the country wants to meet its climate goals, writes Adebayo Majekolagbe, it needs to get serious about burden-sharing — and about engaging Canadians.
The city's strategy is number one in the country, according to a new study. So what is Kingston's secret?
OPINION: The Tories’ environmental policies are worse than those of their predecessors — but Ontario shouldn’t have to atone for all Canada’s climate-change sins, writes John Michael McGrath.