Universities wanting to better support community wellbeing in relation to the climate crisis can now draw upon the findings of a new PICS-supported report, released in fall 2020.
Road transport emissions are on the rise – and it will take stronger action on several fronts to turn that trend around.
A new Prince George-based study released by the PICS Built Environment project may contribute to plans by that city and other similar communities to meet their GHG reduction targets.
Canada's iconic black spruce trees are growing much faster than they did 100 years ago .
The view from space shows Canada's industrial methane emissions are higher than is being reported.
Powering all of British Columbia’s vehicles with kilowatts instead of petroleum could prove surprisingly cost-effective over the long haul.
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