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Incentive program announced to help truckers reduce fuel use
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Incentive program announced to help truckers reduce fuel use

Citing the need to take action to combat climate change, the Manitoba and federal governments have combined to provide $11.6 million in incentives to truckers in this province to cut down on fuel use.

New air monitors installed as Utahns seek inversion escape

New air monitors installed as Utahns seek inversion escape

As inversion season sets in, Utah has two new monitors — one in Murray and one in Magna — to keep an eye on air quality.
BYU researcher working to predict pollution caused by wildfire smoke

BYU researcher working to predict pollution caused by wildfire smoke

Fortunately, researchers are working to better predict the pollution caused by smoke from wildfires.
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Tidal power still has a future in Bay of Fundy
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Tidal power still has a future in Bay of Fundy

Are tidal power prospects in the Bay of Fundy at an ebb?
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Study warns seabirds not adapting to shifting climate
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Study warns seabirds not adapting to shifting climate

A new international study out of the University of Edinburgh, with key input from Canadian researchers, has shown that seabirds are not adapting to warming sea surface temperatures caused by climate change.
Caribou hunting quotas make scapegoats out of northern First Nations: study
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Caribou hunting quotas make scapegoats out of northern First Nations: study

Newly published research argues Indigenous hunting didn't cause the collapse of once-mighty caribou herds in Canada's North and harvest bans only force First Nations to shoulder the blame for problems they didn't create.

Peter Ricketts: The world’s oceans desperately need our help
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Peter Ricketts: The world’s oceans desperately need our help

The physical, economic, and food security of populations living in coastal and ocean locations are all at risk like never before.

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