Saturday, March 23, 2019

Okanagan Youth Invited to be Climate Heroes

In celebration of Canada Water Week (March 17-23) and UN World Water Day (March 22), the Okanagan Basin Water Board’s (OBWB) Okanagan WaterWise program...

Innovation Cluster Launches H2O Makerspace

The Innovation Cluster launched the H2O Makerspace during a public event that celebrated World Water Day on March 21, 2019. Catered towards cleantech startups,...

SAIT Offers First Integrated Water Program Diploma in Canada

The Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT), along with industry partner Imperial, has created the first integrated water program diploma in Canada. Integrated Water Management is...

Report Warns of Far-Reaching Climate Change Impacts on Great Lakes Region

How climate change will affect public health, infrastructure, fish, wildlife, and the economy around the Great Lakes is the focus of a new report. The...

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Gov’t of Canada Invests in Research to Protect Waters from Oil...

Six international organizations will receive more than $4.1 million for research projects that will help improve protocols and decision-making to minimize the environmental impacts...

Gov’t of Canada Releases Study on Risk of Grass Carp to...

Grass carp, one of four species of Asian carp, has the potential to disrupt the Great Lakes ecosystem and economy unless their spread is...

Report Warns of Far-Reaching Climate Change Impacts on Great Lakes Region

How climate change will affect public health, infrastructure, fish, wildlife, and the economy around the Great Lakes is the focus of a new report. The...

New Research Shows More Nitrogen Enters Streams than Expected

New research by a scientific collaboration, led by the USDA Forest Service, shows that more nitrogen from rain and snow is making it to...

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