The faculty of agricultural and food sciences launched a new website to share research from faculty and their collaborators on Oct. 7. The site, called…
While the COVID-19 pandemic has had an enormous global impact, humans aren’t the only ones who found their daily lives disrupted. Two University of Manitoba…
After cutting funding for environmental organizations during the pandemic, the Manitoba government seems to have had a change of heart in regard to the pivotal…
We live during a time when caring for our environment is a topic at the forefront of our social consciousness as we come to terms with the reality of issues such as climate change.
The Australian bushfire crisis provides a look into into a terrifying future.
11,000 scientists published an open letter that warns of “untold suffering” if radical changes are not made to society to counteract global warming. Air travel and associated industries generate two per cent of all global carbon emissions.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s pipeline policies show how his neglect for minorities goes deeper than his blackface scandal.
Current proposals such as the Green New Deal are promising, but there is still much work to be done.
Thousands gathered at the Manitoba legislature Sept. 27 to march through the streets and amplify the call for a serious response to climate change.
Canadian Museum of Human Rights “die-in” and Green New Deal are the beginning of a new outlook on climate change.