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Climate-minded electrical companies look to improve their weakest link

Extreme weather, turbocharged by a changing climate, threatens to make your electrical service less reliable and more expensive. Inside the battle to stop that from happening.

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Made-in-Canada climate scorecard reveals unprecedented risks for marine life

A climate scorecard provides a picture of how marine life will fare as oceans become warmer, which is projected to continue over the 21st century.

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Climate change threatens to drown Egyptian city of Alexandria, destroy key farmland

Rising sea levels are threatening the ancient port built by Alexander the Great and changing the chemical balance of farmland that Egypt cannot afford to lose.

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Western Canada: Parks Canada sets targets for climate change and traffic congestion

Western Canada’s mountain national parks could see significant changes to address climate change and traffic congestion under new management plans released by the federal government.

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Biden’s new executive steps on climate change expected to fall short of ‘emergency’ designation

U.S. President Joe Biden will unveil new executive steps to address climate in a visit to Massachusetts on Wednesday that are expected to fall short of declaring the federal emergency many Democrats had urged.

Op-ed: Glaciers are Western Canada’s best friends. We’ll need them against climate change – just as much as we’ll need each other

Op-ed: Glaciers are Western Canada’s best friends. We’ll need them against climate change – just as much as we’ll need each other

Glacier melt stabilizes and supports river flows, which helped determine which communities thrived or suffered in the wake of the 2021 heat wave
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Scientist Katharine Hayhoe on running toward the climate crisis solution, connecting with hard-to-reach audiences

Katharine Hayhoe won’t say that the climate crisis is insurmountable, but she will say that solving it depends on convincing people it’s a problem that affects them.

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