Tim Alamenciak is a journalist and the editor of TVO.org's Climate Watch and Food Chain sections.
Conservation Ontario estimates that about three-quarters of the province's floodplain maps are out of date. The dangers start with property damage and extend as far as potential loss of life.
It was a year of record high temperatures and massive forest fires — but it was also one of contradictions and just plain weirdness.
A new U.S.-Canada agreement about the Moses-Saunders Dam promises to restore 26,000 hectares of wetlands.
OPINION: Two-thirds of Ontario’s wetlands have been destroyed by development and agriculture. Why are we still building so close to them?
Cow belches are a major source of greenhouse gas — but Canadian researchers are on the case.
A year after the Paris climate change talks Ontario has installed its carbon market and launched an ambitious environmental plan, but also accelerated support for natural gas. Meanwhile, the world endured consecutive months of record-breaking temperatures.