Skedline News – November 13
Vanessa Gomez of Skedline brings you the top news stories for November 13, 2018.   Read more
Toronto’s Ravine Ecosystems Under Threat
By Tierney Angus Dwindling biodiversity and an increase of invasive species have already begun to harm Toronto’s delicate ravine systems. Despite Toronto’s commitment to protect the natural spaces found in the city’s ravines, experts warn that the ecological collapse of the system has already begun, as reported by CBC... Read more
Carbon tax: Humber Office of Sustainability happy with environmental effort
By Paula Brown Skedline.com The Canadian government is going ahead with the carbon tax in Ontario, and Humber College’s Office of Sustainability is happy to see leadership in environmental efforts. “We are happy to see leadership that tries to shape a more sustainable world, and this carbon tax is... Read more
Nature’s Sanctuary photography exhibition
  A new art exhibition at the Assembly Hall features Colonel Samuel Smith Park. The show runs until Nov. 15. Skedline reporter Vanessa Gomez has this report.   Read more
Something Fishy in Etobicoke Creek
By Tierney Angus, Joey Chini and Breanne Coulter Lake Ontario’s reintroduced Atlantic salmon are stinking up the shoreline. Every fall, the salmon swim up Toronto’s creeks and rivers to spawn and then die. Read more
No Green Promises: Ward 3 Councillor Candidates Lack Environmental Platforms
Analysis by Breanne Coulter and Tierney Angus From housing to transportation to supporting local businesses, Ward 3 Etobicoke-Lakeshore councillor candidates have priorities outside of the Lakeshore environment this municipal election. 2018 Election Map: Ward 3 // Toronto Elections Etobicoke-Lakeshore is a community directly affected by pollution due to its proximity... Read more
Aqua Greens: Taking sustainable technology to the next level
How would one go about tackling the issues of unsustainable farming practices that is causing more than one negative impact on our environment? Two Humber graduates, Pablo Alvarez and Craig Petten, have figured out how to do just that. Over the recent years, the word “sustainability” has become a... Read more
Humber grows green
You may have spotted the deadfall of recently cut down trees and cleared field on the corner of Kipling and Lakeshore and before you raise your arms in protest, what’s being built there may not be hurting the environment as much as you think. With construction underway on Humber... Read more
Global Impact
North Afghanistan avalanches kill 180 people

North Afghanistan: Avalanches Kill 180 People

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