Enormity of climate change challenges also provide great opportunities

Applying clean-tech to our natural resources is Canada’s unique opportunity. Climate change makes it imperative.

It’s not good: The prevailing climate consensus is that the world should aim to hold the average world surface temperature to an increase of no more than two degrees Celsius by 2100. But without significant new measures, the average surface temperature increase in 2100 is more likely to be in the 3.7-4.8 degrees range, the IPCC warns, with catastrophic impacts likely well before then. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

By David Crane

PUBLISHED : Friday, April 25, 2014 7:31 PM

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