Albertans are weighing their options – coal or water on the Eastern Slopes of the Canadian Rockies?
This past weekend I read Lynn Martel’s new book, Stories of Ice, and really enjoyed the focus on glaciers of western Canada and the adventure, … Read more
This past Sunday and Monday we had the excitement of observing both a rare thunderstorm and the measures taken to fight the resulting wildfires.
Ruby McConnell writes with clarity and feeling about geology and personal life in this series of personal essays.
Tipping points are critical in environmental systems, but also in our personal lives.
This is my attempt to report on the everyday life of an everyday person during the COVID19 pandemic.
How many of you use TikTok? It has about 500 million users, 41% of whom are between the ages of 16 and 24. I don’t … Read more
Just a few weeks ago, Donald Trump changed the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 by limiting penalties for bird deaths across the country. Now … Read more
Artists are using global climate data to create science art.
Recently I had in interesting discussion on Twitter about neurodiversity and science communication. Someone had shared an article about how the academy needs to recognize … Read more