For farmers struggling against economic forces and doing everything they can to keep afloat, grassland biodiversity may be the last thing they want to worry about.
Alejandra Zubiria Perez, who graduates this month with a master's in geography, focused her UVic studies on grizzly bear behavior.
Purdue’s Jingjing Liang found that efforts to plant trees in South Korean forests and this one in northeast China, have paid dividends for increasing carbon storage.
A University of Saskatchewan (USask) graduate student is studying the importance of bison—which she calls a “keystone species”—to Indigenous peoples and to the prairie landscape over time.
Space technologies and satellite applications are poised to power green economic development in Europe in the coming years, creating jobs and boosting prosperity.
The first large-scale study of the risks that countries face from dependence on water, energy and land resources has found that globalisation may be decreasing, rather than increasing, the security of global supply chains.
An area double the size of the UK is used to produce dry pet food for cats and dogs each year, a study shows.
The government of Ontario is investing $6.52-million in University of Guelph research to help find ways to prevent or control costly crop diseases and pests, improve soil health and water quality and quantity and boost productivity and profitability for farmers.
Community-engaged learning, a form of experiential education, helps students connect what they’re learning in the classroom to what’s happening in their communities.
People's attitudes towards environmental issues appear to have little impact on the way they travel, according to the findings of recent research
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