Water Consumption and Desalination

This article covers the topics of water consumption, desalination, and their connections to current environmental degradation and climate change. Earth is the only planet currently known to harbour life, thanks to one particular resource, water. Throughout human history, civilizations that were able to harness freshwater for consumption and agriculture thrived. It’s why we see soContinue reading “Water Consumption and Desalination”

The Atlantic Ocean Current

This article explores what the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation is, its importance to the planet, and its tipping point for demise. This summer has really been unlike any other for a multitude of reasons. First off, we proudly watched our Canadian athletes have a historic summer Olympic Games, but with no fans in attendance. OurContinue reading “The Atlantic Ocean Current”

Climate Disasters: Flooding in Europe

Last week, videos and photos began surfacing of the catastrophic flooding that took place in western Europe. Many across the world are wondering how this happened, why the government wasn’t better prepared, and what this means for those impacted. This article focuses on communities in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg, and how residents haveContinue reading “Climate Disasters: Flooding in Europe”

National Indigenous History Month: The Water Crisis Part 2

In honour of National Indigenous History month in Canada, our team has been writing a number of articles highlighting different aspects of Indigenous history. This article is part 2 of 2, and focuses on the water crisis within The Six Nations of the Grand River. Part 1 focused on issues relating to drinking water advisoriesContinue reading “National Indigenous History Month: The Water Crisis Part 2”

National Indigenous History Month: The Water Crisis Part 1

In honour of National Indigenous History month in Canada, our team will be writing a number of articles highlighting different aspects of Indigenous history. This article is part 1 of 2, and focuses on issues relating to drinking water advisories and the federal government. Part 2 will look specifically at The Six Nations of theContinue reading “National Indigenous History Month: The Water Crisis Part 1”