Lake Miwasin (whose name means ‘nice’ or ‘beautiful’ in Cree) is a demonstration pit lake that is showing how pit lakes can be a safe and effective part of reclaiming a commercial mine site once the mine’s life is over.
Fasih joined the Greenhouse Gases (GHG) priority area team (remotely) where he helped to sort a vast database of GHG technology projects into useful categories, making the information easier to search.
COSIA is all about sharing expertise, resources, technologies and even intellectual property to go farther, faster in environmental performance.
Over the years, oil sands companies have become world experts at reclamation by developing novel ways to reclaim disturbed sites better and faster.
Canada’s boreal forest Is the world's largest intact forest ecosystem. It stretches 5,000 kilometres from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean, covering almost one third of the country.
Forest Restoration: 360° Virtual Tours and Silviculture Toolkit
You may have heard of tailings, but where do they come from? How do they get to tailings ponds? And what happens to them after that? Let’s start with the facts.
How much do you know about tailings and COSIA members' efforts on tailings management? Check out our bingo!