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News about climate change and other environmental issues and the people and organizations behind the science.

Thanks to $3.16 billion in funding, this planting effort will help Canada address climate change by reducing carbon pollution. (Photo: Bailey Parsons/Can Geo Photo Club)

Photo: Bailey Parsons/Can Geo Photo Club
The $3.16 billion effort was announced mid-December
Canadian Geographic Best Maps 2020
Cartographic highlights from Canadian Geographic’s 2020 issues

The seven youth suing the Ontario government celebrate. (Photo: David LeBlanc)

Photo: David LeBlanc
Seven Ontario youth are suing the Ontario government for infringing on their rights to a safe environment
Fall trees reflect on a blue lake

Photo: Evgeny Chertov/Can Geo Photo Club

Photo: Evgeny Chertov/Can Geo Photo Club
Showcasing this year's most-loved photos from Can Geo's Photo Club

Photo: Handel Architects

Photo: Handel Architects
The Passive House style is a “pragmatic combination” of applied building science and economics
Canadian Audible Original takes listeners on a cross-country journey through sound
A wolf stands on a rock

A lonesome howl at dusk. (Photo: Cheryl Alexander)

Photo: Cheryl Alexander
An enchanting and evocative look at the unique relationship between a solitary, island-dwelling wolf and a renowned wildlife photographer

The water was originally collected in 2009 by University of Toronto geochemist Dr Barbara Sherwood Loller and her team. (Photo: Sarah Brown/Can Geo)

Photo: Sarah Brown/Can Geo
Billion-year-old water sample reveals much about the past — and the present 

The Peyto Glacier in 1903, from the north ridge of Mount Jimmy Simpson. The image was taken by A.O. Wheeler, Dominion Land Surveyor, as part of the Railway Belt Survey. Courtesy of the Mountain Legacy Project and Library and Archives Canada / Bibliothèque et Archives Canada (images e011083093 and e011083094). Panorama created by Mary Sanseverino.

Panorama created by Mary Sanseverino
Glaciers play a vital role in sculpting the landscape, and their retreat can bring about drastic consequences

(Photo: Fill it Forward)

Photo: Fill it Forward
A sustainable journey starts with a single step says founder and CEO
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