Common Sense Canadian publisher Damien Gillis joins a UBC Dialogues panel this Wednesday evening titled "Water Worries: What is the state of our most valuable resource?"
With only enough water to last until August, several Vancouver Island communities have moved to level 3 and 4 water restrictions.
Author David Ray Griffin's new book explains how climate change related water and food shortages pose an unprecedented challenge to humanity, requiring a radical response.
Facing melting glaciers and decreasing snowpacks, Canada is not immune to climate change and water shortages, as a UN report reminds us.
California is dry as a bone, and the effects are like something out of an apocalyptic film. Cities are running out of water. Communities are fighting over what little water there is.
BC's century-old Water Act doesn't regulate groundwater use, leading to a "wild, wild west" environment for water-intensive industries like fracking. Will updates to the old act help address these concerns?
Read this Aug. 29 story from the Epoch Times on the water crisis facing China. China’s rapid industrialization and urbanization along with over exploitation and abuse of natural resources has led to serious water pollution an...
World Water Day (March 22nd) is a good time to consider this: Canada has nearly 10% of the world’s supply of fresh water. How lucky are we? But what is all this water doing to earn its keep? Nothing. Or so think our politicia...
The Dilemma In the 21st century humanity will, ever more frequently, face environmental impacts and risks. Climate change to an unknown future is one of the clearest signals of this. These changes will occur and be exacerbated ...