Robot that uses AI to pull weeds may reduce poisonous herbicide use by 70% for some crops.
Although Rob Gau has worked with many bears across the Northwest Territories, a handful stay firmly lodged in his memory. One of those bears is barren-ground grizzly Bear G608.
Goldfish are adaptable, intelligent, and many people’s first pets that, in some cases, end up being flushed down the toilet. And that has become a big problem, as big as a “football,” one might say.
Zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) are one of the most catastrophic aquatic invasive species in North America.
A team of scientists from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and the University of Saskatchewan is trying to restore the bison to its original place in the prairies.
Dropping five seed pods per second into wildfire-scarred lands, aerial reforesting is quickly creating biodiverse forests from the sky.
Northern states on alert for invasion of cross-bred pig that threatens flora and fauna – and is difficult to stop For decades, wild pigs have been antagonizing flora and fauna in the US: gobbling up crops, spreading disease and even…
Timmy’s announcement lands the same day the federal ban on the import and manufacture of single-use plastic came into effect.
The deaths within days of 11 sturgeon, a species unchanged for thousands of years, have puzzled scientists
Canadian conservation group moves thousands of salmon — by hand — so fish can produce millions of eggs
Mill Bay Conservation Society has built a human-propelled salmon run near Victoria, British Columbia
Chase Edgelow is on a mission to acquire vast quantities of garbage.
The “Quest” plant in Alberta, Canada, owned by oil giant Shell, has previously been touted as a “thriving example” of how CCS is working to significantly reduce carbon emissions.