Recent Findings Show that the Earth Holds More Water than we Thought

Recently, scientists have discovered an interesting fact about the water on Earth. It looks like it covers a much wider surface than we thought. The breakthrough was made thanks to the Global... Read more »

Minus 144 Degrees Celsius: The Coldest Region in Antarctica is Far Colder than Scientists Believed

Scientists have known for many years that Antarctica’s valleys are the coldest place on Earth, and satellites showed the lowest temperature being minus 93 degrees Celsius. However, satellite data was analyzed recently... Read more »

Bill Gates Funds Genetically Modified Mosquitoes to Wipe Out Malaria

The Microsoft founder, Bill Gates, has funded UK Company called Oxitec for a few years now. Back in 2010, he funded Oxitec to create modified mosquitoes and tackle the Zika virus and... Read more »

The Housing Market Already Affected by Climate Change

Climate change is a worrying phenomenon that keeps affecting our daily lives. Even if authorities ignore it and say that everything is under control, we notice that people are taking it more... Read more »

Researchers Deliberately Spilled Oil in Northwestern Ontario Lake For a Study on Ecosystem

Over the past weekend, researchers went to northwestern Ontario and spilled diluted oilsands bitumen and crude oil into a lake. They are studying how the ecosystem responds to the substances. The project... Read more »

Quebec Faces a Recycling Crisis

Plastic, paper, and glass are all sitting in mounds and towers that reach over six meters high and cover the surface of Sherbrooke’s recycling plant. Cats climb on the trash and play... Read more »

B.C. Puts Together an Advisory Council For Protection of Wild Salmon

Wild salmons are at risk, and now the B.C. government introduced an advisory council to deal with this problem. They will develop recommendations for a strategy to protect the wild salmon. Premier... Read more »

U.S. Threatened By West Antarctic Ice Melt: 3 Trillion Tons of Ice Lost in 26 Years

Scientists just revealed how fast Antarctica’s ice melted over the last years. Since 1992, it lost 3 trillion tons of ice, losing some of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet and Antarctic Peninsula.... Read more »

University of Windsor Student Launches Compost Company to Deal With Organic Waste

By 2025, the provincial government will have every city get green bin recycling, meaning that they will have to offer the collection of organic waste, as they do now for bottles or... Read more »

U.S. and Japan Refrain From Signing G7 Agreement to Reduce Plastic Waste in Oceans

Among many other issues debated at the G7 summit this weekend, there was also the problem of plastic waste in the world’s oceans. Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Britain and the European Union... Read more »