From spawning salmon to old-growth trees, the adverse effects of extended droughts are starting to set in across ecosytems
There are reasons for hope, scientists say—but another heat wave could prove disastrous
A dissenting voice on the provincial heat dome review panel says measures for disabled people were minimized in the final report, while Human Rights Watch and others are calling for better protections for the next heatwave
Cables from the mainland were damaged by the heat this summer and thousands went without power during this week’s storm. How can the Island keep the lights on?
Housing is at a breaking point. But to understand why there’s nowhere to live, first we need to understand why it’s getting harder to get water
Photographer Colin Smith explored the city at the peak of the heatwave to see how people were staying cool
Squamish-based Carbon Engineering one of only three companies around the world with the technology to directly extract carbon dioxide from the air
As recently as 1940, the city was one degree colder than it is now