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Understand Climate Change

The USA has released a report on climate disruption. Climate change is happening now. The U.S. and the world are warming, global sea level is rising, and some types of extreme weather events are becoming more frequent and more severe. These changes have already resulted in a wide range of impacts across every region of […]
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Climate Change Invites Alien Invaders – Is Canada Ready?

USDA and British Columbia:   A comprehensive multi-disciplinary synthesis published in Environmental Reviews reveals the urgent need for further investigation and policy development to address significant environmental, social and economic impacts of invasive alien species and climate change.   Invasive Plants     …why be concerned? Invasive plants pose a threat to our native environment and are […]
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