THE GLOBE AND MAIL — Recurring wildfires are giving young coniferous forests too little time to mature, and leafy trees, shrubs and grasslands are taking hold in new, unfamiliar ecosystems.
TORONTO STAR — In the years to come, smoky days may become normal as human-caused climate change worsens wildfires across Canada and makes them harder to control.
In Canada’s boreal forest, a new national park faces the wrongs of the past — and guards our climate future
AUDUBON — Thaidene Nëné, declared this summer, is a milestone for an Indigenous-led conservation movement that can help keep carbon in the ground and protect crucial habitat as the planet warms.
BIOGRAPHIC — Battling rising seas and creeping asphalt, scientists race to save two endangered species.
ARCTIC TODAY — Most of Canada’s Arctic glaciers are shrinking — and some are already gone. Researchers in two separate studies documented dramatic changes beginning in the 1990s after decades of stability.