It is widely believed that Maasai farmers kill lions after losing livestock – even if lions are not involved – but the study shows this is not the case.
Access to safe drinking water is essential to human life.
In fall 2019, one very visible new example of the University of Calgary’s energy innovation efforts will be easy to spot on campus.
Roughly 34 million people in the United States and Canada rely on the Great Lakes for drinking water, jobs, recreation and more.
The fate of woodland caribou rest on a varied, immediate and intense response to reduce predation rates, according to a University of Alberta-led comprehensive review of population recovery measures.
With an estimated daily fuel demand of more than 5 million barrels per day, the global aviation sector is incredibly energy-intensive and almost entirely reliant on petroleum-based fuels.
Environmental damage costs society enormous amounts of money – and often leaves future generations to foot the bill.
Stefan Paris is a 55-year-old radiologist living in Berlin’s outer suburbs.
This week marks a significant milestone in the conservation and recovery of the endangered whooping crane.
Large-scale solar power is projected to grow by double digits globally over the next two years, according to a new report from the investment bank Goldman Sachs.
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