Canada Environnement

How One Island Found a Clever Way to Solve Its Environmental Crisis

Robert Osborne | Posted 09.10.2015 | Canada Impact
Robert Osborne

Lionfish may be one of the most truly beautiful creatures you'll encounter when you're scuba diving or snorkelling in tropical water. There's nothing wrong with lionfish where they're indigenous -- the Indian and Pacific Ocean. But about 20 years ago a few started to appear in the Caribbean.

Should Climate Change Deniers Face Consequences?

G. Elijah Dann | Posted 06.11.2015 | Canada Politics
G. Elijah Dann

There indeed should be some kind of negative payoff for vehemently arguing against the betterment -- and now survival -- of humanity. Some kind of recompense for assaulting moral progress and engaging in deception, manipulation and overt falsehoods.

Why I'm Not At All Frightened of Sharks

Robert Osborne | Posted 03.11.2015 | Canada
Robert Osborne

Driven by the taste for shark fin soup, long line fisherman around the world are eliminating some 100 million sharks per year -- a reduction, in some cases of 90 per cent of the species. Sharks, being apex predators, breed very slowly. The inevitable result of all that fishing is a complete extinction of many shark species within the next ten years according to

Expropriation par Hydro-Québec: des Gaspésiens gagnent leur combat

RCQC | | Posted 11.10.2014 | Canada Politics

Oléoducs, gazoducs, pylônes, routes. Les projets qui nécessitent des expropriations sont nombreux. Deux propriétaires de New Richmond, expropriés...

Saving the World's Coral, One Reef at a Time

Robert Osborne | Posted 07.20.2014 | Canada Travel
Robert Osborne

As a diver, I've been a witness to one of the most important environmental battles that's taking place on this planet. Sadly, it's a battle that most people will never see and many may never hear about. That's because the battlefront is often 20 metres under the water.