Author: Trevor Popoff Sackville, New Brunswick, is beautiful. Located 30 minutes south of Moncton and sandwiched between the Bay of Fundy and the Northumberland Strait, the former shipbuilding hub is now a bustling university community with a growing tourism sector. But there is a hidden beast within Sackville’s beauty. The very location that makes the … Continue reading Saving Sackville: EOS Eco-Energy’s battle on the frontlines of climate change in Canada
Author: Trevor Popoff Every Canadian knows Calgary’s tropes. It’s an oil town. It’s the gateway to the Rockies. It knows how to put on a good show every year for the Calgary Stampede. But right before our eyes, Calgary is becoming known for something else: its weather is going berserk. Part of this comes down … Continue reading Climate disaster ground zero: How Calgary’s revolutionary emergency management system is getting hands-on with the effects of severe weather events
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