A seasoned Alaskan diver highlights the need for more information about salmon shark populations and their conservation.
Death threats have not deterred a scientist from reporting data about negligible Fukushima radiation on the BC coast.
UBC Forestry teaches skills to Chinese transfer students in an investment that has benefited BC’s forest industry.
Conifer trees in the forests of British Columbia use different survival tactics to deal with wildfire.
Many used items of clothing are simply tossed into the garbage, but this does not have to happen.
With minuscule tracking devices glued to their backs, bees are valuable research subjects to psychologists studying memory and learning.
Local grassroots organizations aim to reduce wasteful plastic straw usage in the bar and restaurant industry.
The continued growth of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is motivating advocates to find innovative ways to clean it up.
With a few inexpensive, eco-friendly lifestyle changes, helping Mother Nature has never been so easy. Here are a few options to consider adopting in your everyday life.
Innovative UBC program provides a new generation of farmers with agricultural education and hands-on experience.
Re-using and recycling old technology is just the first step in reducing the environmental impacts of electronic waste in our world.
False killer whale, Chester, arrived at the Vancouver Aquarium near death. But he not only survived – he thrived!
From mushroom surfboards to bamboo bicycles and hemp beer: once futuristic, eco-friendly alternatives are available now.
With the global popularity of disposable fashion comes the increasing destruction of the world’s water sources and ecosystems. Your $30 jeans may feel good and look fashionable, but what price does the environment pay?
Cowpower BC is a non-profit organization that creates sustainable energy from manure. While similar energy production already exists in countries such as Germany and China, Cowpower is helping British Columbia contribute to a sustainable future.
The plight of a few endangered species (such as the Javan rhinoceros and giant panda) has been widely publicized, but there are many lesser-known species across the Pacific Rim which are facing similar threats.
This collection of facts relates to various articles published in the 2015 issue of Pacific Rim Magazine. From beekeepers to chopsticks, cups of coffee to endangered animals, we examine the Pacific Rim in numbers.
The great white shark is not the villainous, vengeful killer Hollywood would have you believe.
Fears of radioactive contamination remain as Fukushima attempts to rebuild.
Plastic waste provides humanitarian relief when upcycled into new textiles.
Canada’s rankings in environmental regulation and protection take a steep dive.
A review of Canada’s and China’s forestry industries.
How green is Canada compared to the rest of the Pacific Rim?
The advantages of small plot farms in Vancouver neighbourhoods.