David Clements

Green Beat: Silent Spring must be heard

With the late onset of spring here in Langley this year, many are wondering whether it will ever come

Green Beat: Call of the Whale

Elizabeth Zwamborn will speak on saving whales in the 21st century at TWU Feb. 22

Green Beat: Talking Trees

As an ecologist I am forever being surprised by new interactions that make the world even more interconnected than I thought

Light at the end of the tunnel

Instead of sailing off into the sunset, this morning I walked into the sunrise.

Green Beat: Beautiful mushrooms larger than life

Every year we go to the same spot on campus, hoping to see them. And there they were! Fungal wonder in full colour.

Green Beat: If oil gets taken out from under a forest, will anyone hear?

Columnist reflects on oil and the environment while visiting old growth forest in Michigan

Green Beat: The elephant on the road

Columnist David Clements recently returned from a trip to China

Green Beat: Don’t forget to look up! Meteor showers are on the way

This year’s Perseid Meteor Shower is expected to be twice as thick as usual. The predicted peak dates are Aug. 11-12.

Wildfires and the human heart

Out of the disastrous Fort McMurray fire, a much bigger-hearted community image has been forged

Always discover the place you call home

You can’t escape your geography so embrace it, explore its sights and sounds as much as possible, says columnist

Green Beat: Spring has sprung and the frog research is hopping

Many signs in the natural world show that spring is already here

Green Beat: How to be a nature nut

I have fond memories of many Saturday mornings growing up in London, Ont. immersed in nature

Green Beat: The Christmas bird count tradition

Every year I look forward to taking part in a Christmas tradition involving birds — and I’m not talking turkeys.

Green Beat — Stewarding the environment one stream at a time

This is that wonderful time of year in Langley when the rain falls

Green Beat: climate change wake-up call

My son Luke tapped me on my shoulder saying “the sunrise is happening soon, if you want to see it.”

Langley’s recycling lagoon

Brydon Lagoon is City’s vulnerable jewel, says environmental columnist David Clements

Green Beat – The miracle of new birth

As I look out my window into the warm spring sunlit scene,…

Green Beat – Intern nets endangered species

When Langley resident Jennifer Rumley graduated with a Trinity Western University Environmental…

Five inventions that are bad for the environment

When it comes to being environmentally friendly, it's often about how technology is used

Speaking of climate change and faith

Climatologist and evangelical Christian Katharine Hayhoe will speak at TWU on Oct. 8