Tim Alamenciak is a journalist and the editor of TVO.org's Climate Watch and Food Chain sections.
Massive flooding in Windsor last year was a sign of climate change — but the science behind these ever-intensifying storms is more complex than it seems.
When the reactor at Chalk River shuts down in 2018, it could spell the end of an era for Canadian nuclear research — unless the government takes action.
Conservation Ontario estimates that about three-quarters of the province's floodplain maps are out of date.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?