The Creative Places + Spaces conference was based on the theme of the Collaborative City, to develop "guiding principles on what cities and communities need to do to foster creativity through collaboration."
From British Columbia to the Maritime Islands and across the Yukon tundra, Canada's landscape of glacial expanses, Boreal forest, and spooky badlands cover vast protected wilderness. National parks are home to endangered caribou,
So the data's in from the National Snow and Ice Data Center on this year's Arctic summer sea ice melting and though this year's retreat wasn't as pronounced in the past two, it is the third largest since records began being kept in 1979, and "still
Shoreline of Round Island, Alaska covered with sunbathing Walruses. Image via: Getty Images.
Polar bears and penguins both have gained notoriety as the helpless victims of climate change. Penguins even got several movie deals out of it. This summer,
Images via the NY Times
Melting Arctic Shaves 4,000 Miles Off Vital Shipping Route
Businessmen, traders, and seafarers have spent hundreds of years wishing for a shortcut through the Arctic to ship goods between Asia and the West. Now, they're about to
Some do it with photo trips, others on nature Safari. Cool types do it on scientific missions to the Antarctic. Teachers do it with turtles. Not greening their sex lives, but seeing the earth's rarest critters
It's got to be getting harder and harder to be a climate change skeptic these days. Just look at the Arctic. We already knew the Arctic was melting much faster than even scientists had predicted, and now we know this: humans have effectively reversed a
Anyone keeping up on the pace of Arctic summer sea ice melting, take note: Mongabay is reporting on new research presented by the National Space Institute at Technical University of Denmark (and others) which says that if
It appears that the largest Arctic glacier, the Petermann glacier in Greenland, is about to get a bit smaller. Reports from scientists monitoring the situation indicate that a chuck of ice the size of Manhattan (100 sq. kilometers) is about the fall
Seattleites are in for a luscious, though-provoking treat: Tomorrow marks the opening of "Fiber Arctic," a group installation featuring 20 fiber artists pondering climate change and the way it's reshaping the Arctic
Melting permafrost releasing stored greenhouse gases has long been a known contributing and accelerating factor in global climate change. According to a study published in Nature and reported on by the AP, we may
As the Photo depicts, it is not Exxon/Mobil who will be bulldozing Santa's workshop this year, but rather the Russian state nuclear corporation, Rosatom. It will be a 70-megawatt prototype floating nuclear power station, consisting
Inhofe Joins Gore? It's like oil and water. Garlic and ice cream. Or lamb and tuna fish. But apparently yes, it's true, Inhofe has changed his tune and now the Guardian reports, is working with Gore on soot legislation. Just don't