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Antartica is melting much faster now

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Ice sheets in Antarctica hold a tremendous amount of water. If they were to melt entirely the global sea level would rise by 58 meters (almost 200 feet). Needless to say that the rate at which ice sheets melt is crucial for coastal infrastructures, and the cost associated with such a disastrous scenario would be […]

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Canadian boreal forest : adapting to climate change

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Canadian’s boreal forest is impacted by climate change in many ways; tree growth, insect outbreaks, fire regimes, droughts, etc. Much of those impacts can be avoided by reducing GHG emissions, but unfortunately climate change is real and a resilient approach will be required by the industry and the government to deal with theses new conditions. […]