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Wednesday Apr 23, 2014

There and back

TileI first knew about a month ago that spring had arrived. I was out for a walk amongst the still snow-covered fields when I heard the honk of a Canada goose. There it was, standing tall and proud atop a nearby condo complex, presumably complaining about the frozen state of his favourite pool. ...

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Saturday Apr 19, 2014

City debates home for air monitor

Story ImageCity residents weighed in this week on which park, if any, should become home to the city’s first ever air quality monitoring station.

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Saturday Apr 19, 2014

Local to bring 'trashy' dresses to Earth Day

If you ever wanted to see a ball-gown made of squeaky toys, you’ll get your chance later this month at Edmonton’s Earth Day celebration.

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Wednesday Apr 16, 2014

The extraordinary sex life of the common mallard

Story ImageThe mallard seems like such an innocent little duck.

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Apr 16

'It does not cost the world to save the planet:' IPCC

The world can prevent more than two degrees of climate warming without breaking the bank, says the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, but only if it starts today.
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Apr 05

Monitoring station goes to open house

City residents will get to help pick a home for their new air quality monitoring station later this month.
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Apr 05

City powers down for Earth Hour

St. Albert saved enough electricity last Earth Hour to power one out of every five city homes for an hour.
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Apr 02

Stealth bombers take a big bite out of bugs

Ducks Unlimited didn't plan for its boardwalk in the John E. Poole wetland to become an aircraft carrier for birds.
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Apr 02

Climate change threatens food supply

Climate change will mean tougher times ahead for Alberta farmers, suggests a new international report, and one of its authors says that means farmers need to act now to adapt.
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Mar 26

Environment File

St. Albert will aim higher when it comes to its waste and pesticide reduction goals under a new environmental master plan now before city council.
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Mar 26

New Sturgeon watershed group starts Thursday

Local leaders will meet to form a new Sturgeon River watershed group this week – one that could leave local businesses and NGOs out in the cold.
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Mar 20

Eco play to rock Arden

A garbage monster and a sapient cookie are coming to the Arden next week to ask St. Albert residents to take care of the environment.
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