The effects of climate change can be seen clearly in the Canadian Arctic, earlier and more intensely than in other places. What can we learn?
As worldwide petroleum supplies dwindle, it's crucial to ensure we get the most out of the reserves that remain.
A changing climate has broad, often unexpected effects on the Earth’s vast biological systems. Some species can adapt, while others face extinction.
As energy development reaches more and more unconventional locations and we explore more ways to get product to market, it can be challenging for the law to keep up.
As the world moves away from reliance on fossil fuels, finding renewable energy sources that can meet the world's demands is more challenging than ever.
In our quest for energy, we've stretched many of our planet's systems to the breaking point. UCalgary researchers study ways to protect ecosystems and ensure we leave a healthy planet for future generations.
New technology developed by UCalgary geoscientists measures fluid-rock interactions on a microscopic level, which could improve extraction techniques in unconventional oil reservoirs.
Get the basics of renewable energy in easy-to-understand illustrations.
Genome Canada funds a collaborative research project to study the potential for bioremediation.
A collaborative research project funded by the federal government aims to study pipeline degradation.
UCalgary researchers create a compound for a new type of organic, non-toxic battery.
A UCalgary researcher shows that contrary to scientific belief, fossil groundwater is susceptible to modern contaminants.
UCalgary researchers look at the legal and regulatory frameworks that govern responses to oil spills in Canada's Arctic.
A UCalgary study could help mitigate risk and inform regulatory decisions related to fracking operations.
Using satellite sensors, UCalgary researchers can predict when bears are most likely to be feeding in specific areas.
As Indigenous communities become leaders in renewable energy, UCalgary researchers study the links between traditional and modern approaches.
An app invented by a UCalgary associate professor tracks where energy is escaping your home.
Facing a transition away from petroleum, its key economic driver, Alberta can reduce the impact by following examples set in other jurisdictions, says one UCalgary researcher.
New research suggests that carbon dioxide plays a much larger role in eruptions than previously thought.
Two Schulich researchers have their eyes set on bringing their small-scale power system to Ethiopia after success in providing electricity to a rural village in Nepal.
About one-third of the water flowing in global rivers is “young water” made up of rain and snowmelt that flowed into the river in less than three months.
Imagine a world of solar clothes and solar-powered tents — Greg Welch's lab creates the molecular building blocks.
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