British Columbia's 'private-public partnerships' have been touted as a model for the US to revamp its infrastructure.
US Supreme Court will decide if Lower Slate should be disposal site for mine wastes.
The US is enjoying unprecedented success in winter sports where it has long struggled, raising hopes for medals in the 2010 Olympics.
Mohammed Momin Khawaja, the first man convicted under Canada's anti-terror laws, was involved with foiled bomb plot in Britain.
Since 1970s, loose association of conservation-minded urban areas has grown up worldwide.
Until recently, its vast forests vacuumed up carbon dioxide. Now that process has been thrown in reverse.
The buildup in Ciudad Juárez, an entry point for drug smuggling on the US border, is meant to stop vicious fighting between drug cartels.
Climate change is pushing marine animals out of their protected areas. Ways must be found to ensure that their protection migrates with them, naturalists say.