Ray Grigg grapples with a most human dilemma: the collision of our population growth-related woes and the miracle of life - our biological imperative to reproduce.
With garbage obscuring the search for Flight 370 and the latest IPCC report reminding us of the need and many benefits of tackling our carbon emissions, Earth Month should be a time for action.
A new NASA-funded study that predicts the utter collapse of human civilization will be difficult to avoid without a major course correction.
NDP House Leader Nathan Cullen challenges the Harper government in question period over its failure to act on climate change and 10 million scallops that died in BC recently from ocean acidification.
The Arctic isn't nearly as bright and white as it used to be because of more ice melting in the ocean, and that's turning out to be a global problem, a new study says.
Sea ice melting partly because of human-caused climate change could open previously inaccessible Arctic Ocean waters to expanded oil drilling, but the risks of drilling there will be extremely high.
Canadian officials say they're encouraged by rumours of a long-awaited US State Department report on the environmental impact of the Keystone XL pipeline that could be released imminently.
Never mind international targets, Canada is having trouble meeting even its internal climate goals.
Responding to Neil Young's anti-oilsands tour, the Prime Minister's Office says the rocker and political activist should mind his own carbon footprint
Ray Grigg offers a sobering review of the past year and the relatively few glimmers of hope amid the massive collective challenges facing humanity and the planet.