Environmental advocates are calling on the federal government to add plastic tampon applicators to the list of items that could be banned in Canada by 2021.
In the moments before a patient undergoes surgery, chances are climate change isn't top of mind. Yet, the anesthetic gases used to put them to sleep leave a big carbon footprint. Some Canadian doctors are trying to do something about it.
The status of Canada's largest park as a world heritage site remains wobbly after a United Nations body expressed grave doubts about a federal plan to rescue it.
Starting next month, Ottawa residents will be able to use plastic bags in their green bins — and city officials are hoping that will reduce negative impressions about the organic waste program.
Financing from six multilateral development banks to boost projects addressing climate risks and cutting emissions topped $43 billion in 2018, up 22% from 2017
Green groups aim to slow fossil-fuel development with legal challenges over planned oil and gas leases on public land.
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says she has given Alberta notice that the federal government will begin imposing its price on carbon in the province beginning Jan. 1 2020.
The stocks in the Barents Sea are smaller than before but can continue to produce if managed sustainability.
The world's largest sovereign wealth fund is set to become greener by scrapping a bunch of its assets in coal mining.
More than 22 million trees were planted in Scotland last year in what has been described as a "critical contribution to the global climate emergency".