January 28th, 2024

Registration now open for World Water Day @ The Manitoba Museum on March 20th.
Teachers register students/classrooms here:  Water Day Registration

September 21st, 2022

CBC Radio Interview
The Petroleum Papers: new book by Tyee reporter Geoff Dembicki takes on the oil and gas industry's role in climate change

June 2022:

"I led the US lawsuit against big tobacco for its harmful lies. Big oil is next"

by Sharon Y Eubanks

Previous entries:

HOW TO TRUST YOUR SOURCE - 41 minute presentation

It’s Go Time for Canada’s Green Recovery

The call rises from advocates, policy experts and, increasingly, corporate leaders.

COVID-19’s Other Symptom? Viral Misinformation

We Asked Two Experts to Evaluate Each Party’s Climate Plan

Expert panel prioritizes Canada’s climate risks for federal government

Yes, climate change can be beaten by 2050. Here’s how.

CTV NEWS - Winnipeg Wastewater Event


Why a carbon tax won’t cause a recession - Maclean's

The Left Thinks a 'Green New Deal' Could Save Earth and Destroy the GOP

3 big takeaways from the major new US climate report

Climate change is here, it’s expensive, and it’s deadly, according to a dire new report.

Climate change: Oceans 'soaking up more heat than estimated'

An Insurance Executive Explains Why We Need a Carbon Tax

'We're just a little behind here': Manitoba electric vehicle owners call for more charging stations

Ottawa extends funding for Experimental Lakes but reduces annual cash contribution

Lake Winnipeg Community Monitoring Releases Phosphorus Hotspot Data

April 10th 2018 - March For Science Preview from University of Manitoba

Experimental Lakes Update: March 7th, 2018

Scientists planning experimental "oil spills"  at The Experimental Lakes Area in northwestern Ontario

Suggested reading and relevant news articles:

Canadian climate science faces crisis that may be felt globally, scientists warn

Justin Trudeau needs to expand the role of science in government in a big way: report

2017: The Year of Divestment from Fossil Fuels

Billion-dollar nitrogen reduction efforts may have minimal impact on toxic algae blooms: study.  Researcher says results from Experimental Lakes Area study support focusing on phosphorus to reduce algae

Researchers to study impact of oil spill in Experimental Lakes Area

China unveils world's largest carbon market

Scientists came to explore the fabled waters of the Arctic — but their work could also change its future. 

15,000 scientists from 184 countries issue 'warning to humanity'

March for Science - Winnipeg

Winnipeggers to walk for science on Earth Day

Scientists are giving advice, but are governments listening?

Breakthrough as US and China agree to ratify Paris climate deal

Interview with Science minister Kirsty Duncan

Fishing for information: Canada's fisheries run 'like the wild west

Ottawa hires fish scientists with $20 million investment

What does the 2016 federal budget mean for science?

Budget shifts federal science focus back to basics

The scientific method - Let’s just try that again

Liberals to restore mandatory long-form census

The Guardian UK - how science helped to swing the Canadian election

Canadian's Nobel Prize in Physics highlights why basic science matters

A Drone’s Vantage Point of a Melting Greenland