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How to Make Your Work Space Your Happy Place
Dr. Esther Sternberg on how to make your work environment a peaceful place that helps you flourish.
November 26, 2023
Ottawa to Appeal Federal Court’s ‘Unconstitutional’ Ruling Related to Single-Use Plastics Ban
The Federal Court had ruled cabinet's assertion that all plastic-manufactured items are toxic was 'unreasonable and unconstitutional.'
November 20, 2023
Geoff Hill: The World Will Suffer If We Don’t Help Africa Solve Its Electricity Problem | British Thought Leaders
NTD's Lee Hall sits down with Geoff Hill, author, journalist and conservationist. Geoff talks about two reports he ...
November 9, 2023
Down but Not Out: The Long Saga of the Impact Assessment Act, AKA Bill C-69
The Supreme Court of Canada’s ruling against the Impact Assessment Act, famously dubbed “the no more pipelines act” ...
October 16, 2023
Coast Guard Investigation Continues Into Port Manatee Oil Spill That Polluted 20,500 Gallons of Seawater
Congressman believes private entity is source of water contamination that includes unrefined heavy oil.
September 21, 2023
Last of the Ancient Rainforest
"Last of the Ancient Rainforest" is an immersive and emotional journey through some of the planet's last pockets ...
September 21, 2023
The E in EPA Certainly Isn’t for ‘Ethics’
Commentary If President Joe Biden is serious about finding a renewable energy source, he should look down Pennsylvania ...
September 20, 2023
Guilbeault Says Poilievre Is ‘Easy to Attack’ on Environment During Surprise Appearance at Tory Convention
During an unannounced visit to the Conservative Party Convention on Sept. 8, Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault said Conservative ...
September 8, 2023
Queensland Farmer Says Massive Solar Project Could ‘Destroy’ Him
A Queensland cattle farmer has raised environmental and economic concerns with one of the largest-ever solar farms in ...
September 5, 2023
Guilbeault Quiet on China Trip, Gets Snubbed by Regime Media
Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault concluded his China trip on Aug. 31 without making any public comments on what ...
August 31, 2023
The Secret War on Meat Exposed | Facts Matter
An interview with Diana Rodgers on the war on meat and whether eating meat is actually bad for ...
August 5, 2023
Ottawa Prepares for Ban on Single-Use Plastics in Food Packaging
Following a ban on plastic bags at supermarkets and liquor stores in late 2022, the federal government is ...
August 4, 2023
Andrew Montford: ‘People Don’t Understand How Difficult Life is Going to Be in the Net Zero World’ | British Thought Leaders
NTD's Lee Hall sits down with Andrew Montford, author and director of Net Zero Watch. Andrew talks about ...
July 19, 2023
Canadian Government Unaware of Full Ecological Impact of Road Salt
Environment and Climate Change Canada says it does not know to what extent road salt, an all-Canadian contaminant, ...
July 13, 2023
Australia’s Plastic Emissions Equals Amount Produced by 5.7 Million Cars Annually
The amount of plastics Australians generate in one year produces as much greenhouse gas as 5.7 million cars ...
July 10, 2023
Senate Republicans Seek to Block Biden From Declaring Climate National Emergency
Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) and nine of her Senate Republican colleagues are cosponsoring legislation to bar President ...
June 26, 2023
Canada May List Monarch Butterflies as ‘Endangered,’ Potentially Impacting Industry Activities
Canada's federal government is considering changing the status of Monarch butterflies to "endangered," a move that may limit ...
May 25, 2023
Lois Perry: ‘No One Voted for this Green Agenda – People Want a Net Zero Referendum’ | British Thought Leaders
NTD's Lee Hall sits down with Lois Perry, broadcaster and director of CAR26, an organisation that campaigns for ...
May 3, 2023
Ed Rennie: Politics, Democratic Involvement and the Importance of Climate Debate | British Thought Leaders
NTD's Lee Hall sits down with Ed Rennie, broadcaster, writer and political strategist. Ed has worked for several ...
April 27, 2023
Ben Pile: ‘There’s No Evidence of a Climate Crisis—People are Wealthier, Living Longer and Living Healthier’ | British Thought Leaders
NTD's Lee Hall sits down with Ben Pile, an independent researcher, commentator and video maker. Ben talks about ...
April 27, 2023
Coral Reef Flourishing With Life Discovered Near Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands
Scientists have discovered an unknown coral reef with flourishing marine life off Ecuador’s Galápagos Islands, the country’s environment ...
April 20, 2023
8 Easy Ways to Go Green With Your Kitchen Routine
Practicing sustainable habits isn’t just good for the environment; it can also help you save on energy costs ...
April 19, 2023
Experts Consulted for Public Health Agency Report Say Capitalism, White Supremacy Partly to Blame for Climate Change
Capitalism and white supremacy are partially to blame for climate change and must be addressed, according to several ...
April 18, 2023
How Waterwise, Drought-Tolerant Garden Landscapes Are Being Developed
By Alex Groves From The Orange County Register Santa Ana—Flowers, shrubs, and grass are pretty to look at, ...
April 16, 2023
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‘Climate Action Plan’ in Southern City Draws Backlash Over Diversity, Smart City Language
A Climate Action Plan being debated in Chattanooga, Tennessee, was the subject of a public hearing in front ...
March 24, 2023
New Jersey Congressmen Call for Halt of Offshore Wind Projects Amid Spate of Whale Deaths
Republican congressmen called for a halt to offshore windfarm development and GAO oversight of the Bureau of Ocean ...
March 17, 2023
Cosmetic, Clothing, Food Sectors Have Highest Rate of Greenwashing: Australian Corporate Watchdog
The cosmetic, clothing, footwear, and food and drink industries have the highest levels of misleading claims around greenwashing, ...
March 2, 2023
[LIVE Q&A at 10:30AM ET] CCP Gives Secret Orders to Cover Up New Virus Outbreak
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US Foreign-Born Population Reaches Record High of Nearly 50 Million: Study
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GOP’s Federal Fundraising Lags Behind Democrats
Influenza Vaccination Lower Among Children and Adults: CDC
Recalled Fruit Linked to Potentially Deadly Outbreak Was Sent to Dozens of Large Retailers, FDA Warns
Arizona County Officials Charged Over Attempts to Postpone Certifying 2022 Election Results
A Debilitating and Commonly Missed Post-Concussion Syndrome
Republican Lawmakers Demand CDC Attention on ‘Suspicious’ Virus Outbreak in China