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Microplastics in drinking water are 'low risk' to human health: WHO
Microplastics contained in drinking water pose a "low" risk to human health at current levels, according to the World Health Organization.
A record number of wildfires are burning in Brazil's Amazon rainforest
Wildfires raging in the Amazon rainforest have hit a record number this year, with 72,843 fires detected so far by Brazil's space research centre. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro says NGOs are responsible.
When beetles attack, lodgepole pines send chemical SOS to relatives, says U of A study
Lodgepole pines can send distress signals warning nearby trees of an imminent attack and urging them to get their defences in place, a new study from the University of Alberta found.
Environmental groups can still talk climate change during election, says Canada's chief electoral officer
Canada's chief electoral officer issued a public statement today assuring environmental organizations that they're free to promote action to fight climate change during the fall federal election without falling afoul of the Canada Elections Act.
A campaign loss on climate change would turn the issue into a political 'loser': Trudeau
Facebook, Twitter bust Chinese campaign aimed at Hong Kong
Walmart sues Tesla for negligence after solar panels catch fire at 7 stores
Bell scales back rural internet plans after CRTC decision on rates
Space telescope sees rocky, Earth-sized world beyond our solar system
'It looks like Christmas': Northeastern B.C. gets August snow dump
Genetic study of sockeye salmon in B.C. river suggests 75% decline since 1913
Changes in atmosphere, not sea-ice loss, behind bizarre winter weather, study suggests
Environmental groups were warned that some climate change ads could be seen as partisan during election period
Fuel valve to blame for power outage on Hibernia platform, causing spill
Fighting a bat killer: B.C. scientists testing new way to protect against deadly fungus
Canadian astronomers find 8 more mysterious repeating fast radio bursts from space
'She's a phenomenon': Climate activist Greta Thunberg sailing into stiff winds in U.S.
A team at Laurentian University is using planes to detect toxic algae blooms around Sudbury