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The Sahara's wind and sun could power the world, and turn the desert green
Large scale wind and solar farms in the Sahara desert would lead to more rain and vegetation.
Privacy experts say choosing life insurance tied to fitness tracking could have unintended consequences
Insurance giant John Hancock has announced a switch to 'interactive' life-insurance policies only, which offer incentives for things like wearing a fitness tracking device. Privacy experts worry these optional programs won't be optional don't the road.
G7 countries eye waste-to-energy incineration as part of plastic pollution solution
What to do with all those non-recyclable plastic forks, toys and broken patio chairs in our garbage? Canada and its G7 partners say burning such plastics for energy could be part of the solution. But it's controversial. Here's a look at the pros and cons, and where the technology is going.
5 new things scientists are learning about horses
Equus: Story of The Horse, a new three-part series debuts on The Nature of Things On September 23.
'Sent chills down my bones': Bear seen eating another bear in central B.C.
Japan space rovers dispatched to surface of asteroid
'Nail in the coffin': Oilpatch boosters demand Ottawa overhaul 'terrible' Bill C-69
Science helps police close in on ivory cartels
waves of change
The secret to living zero waste? Start small
This is what the oldest confirmed animal fossil looks like
Experimental net captures orbiting space junk
Why Stephen Harper's former policy director is defending Trudeau's carbon tax
How do you get people excited about augmented reality? Put it in a browser
Waves of Change
Ottawa aims to eliminate single-use plastics from federal operations
B.C. co-op develops tech to help prevent ODs — especially for those who use alone
13 metre-long sea monster skeleton cast installed at UBC
Researchers discover planet Vulcan from Star Trek — sort of