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As hurricane season is now upon North America, we have many questions about the particular challenges of managing disasters during COVID-19. How do governments evacuate people safely? How will already scarce PPE supplies be tested?
Planting native species of trees, shrubs, flowers and grasses can cool the summer day-time temperature of an area by over 4 C in a decade.
More than 8,000 before and after images of the Canadian Rocky Mountains show widespread evidence of ecosystem change.
New study offers recommendations for kids to once again connect with the outdoors
A new report from the UN Committee on World Food Security’s High Level Panel of Experts on Food Security and Nutrition (HLPE) has identified actions that governments can take to move their countries closer to the goal of eliminating hunger by 2030.
We know that cities and urban spaces have seen more cases of COVID-19 overall, but what unique challenges do rural communities face in the post COVID-19 world?
To help us understand rural recovery, we talked to Professor Heather Hall, an expert in economic development in rural Canada.
One of Waterloo’s top graduate students suggests we take a closer look at whose voices are left out in urban resilience decision-making
Toronto is being left out of the Stage 2 re-opening happening across the rest of the province next week. Why is that? And in what other ways are cities unique in how the pandemic is affecting them?
What large grocery chains can learn from sustainable community shops as a result of the pandemic
Small and medium-sized businesses create the majority of jobs in Canada, but increasingly we’re seeing that these are the businesses that are succumbing to the pandemic.
Why are some small businesses surviving while others are closing their doors for good?