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6 new climate policies anticipated for B.C. in 2023

As the world continues to grapple with the climate and ecological crises a number of new environmental policies are anticipated n 2023. Will they be enough to meet critical climate and biodiversity goals, and help us adapt to the increasingly frequent and severe impacts of global warming?

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Climate change: Whales could be an important carbon sink, say scientists

A study by scientists at the University of Alaska Southeast suggest protecting whales is not only is a win for biodiversity loss but could also help sequester more carbon.

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Vancouver's old seafood menus illustrate impact of climate change

Seafood served in Vancouver restaurants is increasingly being dominated by warmer-water species, due to climate change, according to a University of B.C. professor.

Glacial retreat good news and bad news for Pacific salmon species
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Glacial retreat good news and bad news for Pacific salmon species

Nearly all the glaciers in B.C. have retreated to the point where they are no longer revealing new habitat suitable for salmon, but that isn’t the case everywhere.
B.C. not sufficiently protecting drinking water, says auditor general
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B.C. not sufficiently protecting drinking water, says auditor general

Carol Bellringer says B.C.'s measures to ensure safe drinking water are inadequate as climate change, industry and population growth increase risks.

BC’s worst wildfire seasons were 2017 & 2018. What will happen in 2019?
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BC’s worst wildfire seasons were 2017 & 2018. What will happen in 2019?

Can British Columbians expect another summer of smoke and flames? Experts tell you what to expect and how to prepare.
First Nation court challenges hang over Trans Mountain pipeline
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First Nation court challenges hang over Trans Mountain pipeline

First Nations court challenges that allege inadequate consultation and seek to overturn federal and B.C. approval of the $7.4-billion Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion have been overshadowed by recent debate on federal and provincial powers to regulate oil transport.

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