Changing storminess and global capture fisheries
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Changing storminess and global capture fisheries

Climate change-driven alterations in storminess pose a significant threat to global capture fisheries. Understanding how storms interact with fishery social-ecological systems can inform adaptive action and help to reduce the vulnerability of those dependent on fisheries for life and livelihood.

130-year-old menus show how climate change is already affecting what we eat

By studying the so-called mean temperature of restaurant seafood, scientists have shown how the species that grace our plates have changed with time.
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Alberta oil and gas producers breaking methane emissions rules

Alberta oil and gas producers breaking methane emissions rules

While the federal government signed off on the province’s plan to regulate methane emissions, Alberta’s own reporting suggests industry is failing to comply.

Toronto's Don River gets a whole new island

When completed, Villiers Island will be one of the first “climate positive” communities in Toronto.

How do you define an 'invasive' species?

As Toronto makes space for new transit lines, century-old trees were removed as invasive species. But as the climate changes, what that means is no longer clear cut.
Swamps can protect against climate change
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Swamps can protect against climate change, if we only let them

Wetlands absorb carbon dioxide and buffer the excesses of drought and flood, yet we’ve drained much of this land. Can we learn to love our swamps?

Can the international community avert disaster in the Red Sea?

U.N. negotiators have found a solution to the F.S.O. Safer, a rotting tanker off the coast of Yemen, which threatens to spill more than a million barrels of oil, but funding for the operation has come up short.

Remembering Hurricane Agnes’ impact on Pittsburgh, 50 years later

It’s been half a century since Agnes delivered its devastating downpours. But decades later, the hurricane’s legacy lives on for those who witnessed it and those who study storms of similar proportions.

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