After years writing about the environment for the Peace Arch News, local environmentalist Dr. Roy Strang is retiring.
In its 1972 book, the Club of Rome asserted that the world was in danger of running out of resources at some unspecified future time.
Many nuclear reactors are generating power safely, but opposition to nuclear-power generation remains strong, writes Dr. Roy Strang.
In 1968, economist Garret Hardin caused a bit of a stir when he published an essay entitled The Tragedy of the Commons.
Habitat, wildlife of Little Campbell River at risk.
Crisis preparation is needed for our water supply, writes PAN environment columnist Roy Strang.
The challenge of climate change is to remain adaptable, writes Dr. Roy Strang.
City of Surrey's tree canopy strategy requires critical thinking
We must be ready for an earthquake, writes PAN environmental columnist Dr. Roy Strang.
Earthquake rankings shouldn't calm our need for action
National Forestry Week to be celebrated in September
Bylaws in place in both White Rock and Surrey, but are they strong enough?
Examining the energy use of emerging countries with increasing populations
There’s little doubt that our climate is changing, but there’s uncertainty about the direction of change
New book showcases work done by conservation group
B.C. residents may have enough to drink, but issues loom worldwide, writes environment columnist Dr. Roy Strang.
Children benefit from time spent exploring nature.
Preserving South Surrey's Sunnyside Acres takes a community effort
Once established, invasive plants are difficult to eradicate and so the old cliché applies: prevention is better than cure.
B.C.'s Weed Control Act leads to increase in invasive plants