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Ontario has cancelled its cap and trade system, which was created to reduce the province’s greenhouses gas (GHG) emissions. Premier Doug Ford has also promised to oppose implementing the federal carbon tax.

 

Laurentian University researchers Jackie Litzgus and David Lesbarrères discuss the issue of highway-related road mortality in Ontario reptile and amphibian species.

 

We live in a world that is obsessed with being sterile.

Many people believe that the only way to ensure our health is by clearing ourselves of every microbe on and around us.

But what if this is just making things worse?

 

Just last Monday, we held an exciting Science Policy and Science Politics panel discussion in partnership with the Canadian Association of University Teachers and iPolitics in Ottawa! Focusing almost entirely on Canada’s Fundamental Science Review (“the Naylor Report”), the event brought together people across disciplines for an engaging conversation over drinks.

In our latest installment of Evidence for Democracy's Network of Experts Panel, our experts discuss a hotly debated and passionate environmental issue: neonicotinoid pesticides (neonics).