Community News Archive

Every day, thousands of images illustrating climate change are shared around the world. They not only define this pressing issue but also shape the way it is understood and acted upon.

The Open Smart Cities Guide is the end result of Open Smart Cities in Canada, a year long collaborative research project led by OpenNorth and funded by Natural Resources Canada's GeoConnections program.

Clearing the Air: How carbon pricing helps Canada fight climate change is a new report by Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission.

Sweden just opened the world’s first electrified road just ou

We are delighted to announce that a dear friend and colleague, Wanosts’a7 Lorna Williams, Lil’watul from Mount Currie BC, is being honoured with a 2018 Indspire Award for he

This weekend, it is all around the world, where Earth Hour gives people a chance to send a signal that they care about ongoing environmental degradation and want action to be taken.

“We have forgotten that nature is not something outside of us—someplace we go hiking in on the weekend—but that it is us.”

— Suzanne Paleczny

What matters most to Canadians? How much do we differ in what we want for Canada across gender, generations, regions, ethnicities? In a rapidly shifting global context, what values do we want to be reflected in the future of Canada?

A new study conducted by The Bridge Engagement Centre (The Bridge) found that curbing daily cigarette use can reduce dependence on opioids.

Who will be tending your vegetable garden when the ocean rises? An octopus? A seastar? The Octopus's Garden series features experts on sea level rise from a wide variety of backgrounds who will address ways we can adapt and build resilience, with a focus on local to global challenges and solutions.