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B.C. 2017 disaster report: Extreme weather here to stay

Penticton Western News- May 11, 2018 A comprehensive report on the 2017 B.C. wildfires and floods has resulted in 108 recommendations on how the province can better adapt to climate change. But to what extent the report’s findings impact the

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Council Presentation – September 7, 2017

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Think 2015 Was Hot and Weird? Get Ready for Worse, Experts Say

March 18, 2016 – DeSmog Canada B.C. faces a future of disappearing salmon runs, more wildfires and dying forests with a temperature increase of two or three degrees and it is time to adapt to a new reality, a panel

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