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'Magnitude of challenge' in 2050 climate strategy may not be fully understood by Canadians - Politics - CBC News

'Magnitude of challenge' in 2050 climate strategy may not be understood by Canadians

The federal government has released its long-term climate strategy with a caution that most Canadians — while sympathetic to the cause — don't yet understand the "magnitude of the challenge.

Mayor’s Epiphany at the Vatican: Climate Debate Is Over for the Rest of the World  mnmayor650

Mayor’s Epiphany at the Vatican: Climate Debate Is Over for the Rest of the World

Hey Trump, check this out: 78 percent of voters think climate pollution should be regulated and/or taxed. | Grist

Hey Trump, check this out: 78 percent of voters think climate pollution should be regulated and/or taxed.

Hey Trump, check this out: 78 percent of voters think climate pollution should be regulated and& taxed.

From heatwaves to hurricanes, floods to famine: seven climate change hotspots | Environment | The Guardian

From heatwaves to hurricanes, floods to famine: seven climate change hotspots

From heatwaves to hurricanes, floods to famine: seven climate change hotspots | Environment | The Guardian

Climate Change Politics in the Age of Trudeau and Trump: What’s Next? | The Tyee

Climate Change Politics in the Age of Trudeau and Trump: What’s Next?

Extensive Coral Bleaching in the Pacific Shocks Scientists

Coral bleaching occurs when the coral reacts to changes in environment, such as a rise in temperature, and expels the algae living in its tissue.

Ex-NASA Scientist James Hansen: There is a Clear Link Between Climate Change & Stronger Hurricanes | Democracy Now!

Ex-NASA Scientist James Hansen: There is a Clear Link Between Climate Change & Stronger Hurricanes

Stop talking right now about the threat of climate change. It’s here; it’s happening | Bill McKibben | Opinion | The Guardian

Stop talking right now about the threat of climate change. It’s here; it’s happening

Stop talking right now about the threat of climate change. it’s happening

In theory, carbon has a price. We just aren't paying it - Politics - CBC News

On climate change, the government is already calculating the price of inaction

Buried in federal regulations is a measurement known as the "social cost of carbon," an estimate of the cost associated with climate change's impacts on agricultural production, human health, flood risk and ecosystems.

Australia warned it has radically underestimated climate change security threat | Environment | The Guardian

Australia warned it has radically underestimated climate change security threat

Australia warned it has radically underestimated climate change security threat | Environment | The Guardian

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