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Emeritus doesn’t translate to retired for ecological economist

Retirement is not slowing growth for Professor Emeritus Peter Victor; in fact, the ecological economist who is best known for his influential book Managing Without Growth, is busier than ever with a new book on economist

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Ontario on track to see major increases in greenhouse gas emissions

Add pollution and costs from electricity generation to that list too By Mark WinfieldColleen Kaiser The Ontario Independent Electricity System Operator’s (IESO) Annual Planning Outlook report released last week contains

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Mark Terry receives Order of Vaughan

Mark Terry, a York University graduate, a faculty member with the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change, and a research Fellow with the Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research, is a recipient of the 2021 O

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What are the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and How Can Students Achieve Them?

Thaís Roberto What are the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and How Can Students Achieve Them? It's news to no one that the world is in desperate need of change. The climate crisis is reaching a point of no

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This photo of the fabrication line at Cargill's facility in High River, Alta., was taken prior to the outbreak in 2020.

What Cargill workers want

At the site of a massive COVID-19 outbreak at a meat-processing plant in southern Alberta, workers don’t want things to go back the way they were before. On a cold, windy November day, Freddy Vasquez cuts a small figure

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