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    ‘A win-win situation for singles’: Co-housing idea taking off in Winnipeg

    Sept 25, 2018- CBC News-

    Information session about the concept to be held Tuesday night, five families already interested

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    A deep dive into the plastic woes facing Canada’s coasts and the world

    Sept 24, 2018- CBC News-

    As 8 million tonnes of plastic end up in the world’s oceans each year, 2 divers do something about it

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    The Sahara’s wind and sun could power the world — and turn the desert green

    Sept 21, 2018- CBC Radio-

    Large scale wind and solar farms in the Sahara desert would lead to more rain and vegetation

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    ‘We can’t wait’: Why more Canadians are finally getting serious about making less garbage

    Sept 19, 2018- CBC News-

    ‘Biodegradable’ and ‘compostable’ may not always mean what you think


    Fire tornado caught on video, snatching hose from B.C. crew

    Sept 17, 2018- CBC News-

    Crew near Vanderhoof, B.C., struggles to save equipment from wind and flames

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    Typhoon Mangkhut leaves death and destruction from Philippines to Hong Kong

    Sept 17, 2018- CBC News-

    The typhoon struck Asian population centres as tropical weather also was devastating the southern U.S. Florence has dumped historical levels of rain on North Carolina.

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    Electric cars exceed 1m in Europe as sales soar by more than 40%

    Aug 26, 2018- The Guardian-

    Milestone reached nearly a year after China but ahead of the US

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    See how hot Canadian cities are becoming

    Sept 16, 2018- CBC News-

    ‘Bar code charts’ created by British scientist illustrate worldwide warming

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    Gail Asper offers $1 million to match donations for experimental lakes

    Sept 12, 2018- Winnipeg Free Press-

    A Winnipeg couple is calling on Canadians to shore up the future of the Experimental Lakes Area…

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    New Edmonton plant makes fertilizer from waste water

    Sept 12, 2018- CBC News-

    Phosphorous and nitrogen removed from wastewater and turned into ‘pearls’ of fertilizer

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    Greenpeace suing Ontario government over cancellation of cap-and-trade program

    Sept 11, 2018- CBC News-

    Lawyers for Ecojustice, in conjunction with uOttawa-Ecojustice Environmental Law Clinic, filed the suit

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    UN says more worldwide going hungry, blames climate change

    Sept 11, 2018- CBC News-

    South America and Africa showed the worst increase, which reverses previous downward trend

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    Summer heat made a huge ‘snow swamp’ on a Yukon glacier

    Sept 10, 2018- CBC News-

    ‘To see this large an area form so quickly — I’ve never seen that before,’ says glaciologist

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

    Sept 9, 2018- CBC News-

    Manitoba Electric Vehicle Association says province lagging behind rest of Canada

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    Changing ice conditions clear way for historic fuel delivery by barge to Alaska’s North Slope

    Sept 9, 2018- CBC News-

    1st time company brings bulk fuel by barge to North Slope; 8 million litres of fuel delivered

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    New study predicts ‘radical re-shaping’ of Arctic landscape by end of century

    Sept 7, 2018- CBC News-

    By 2100, only 20% of land vegetation will still be subject to centuries-old cold conditions, researchers say

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    Melting glaciers are triggering the world’s biggest tsunamis

    Sept 6, 2018- CBC News-

    10 of 14 tsunamis higher than 50 m in past century were from landslides in glaciated mountains

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    Glass domes help forecast the fate of Canada’s boreal forests

    Sept 3, 2018- CBC News-

    London Ont. plant biologists are peering 100 years into our climate future on multi-year international study

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    Canadians get creative in solving food waste problem

    Aug. 29, 2018- CBC News-

    Check out these innovative solutions to food waste in Canada!

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