Opinion

Now’s the time to accelerate our knowledge-gathering capacity to fight climate change

Our environmental, social and economic well-being depends on it.

The devastating Fort McMurray wildfire with its multi-billion-dollar price tag in losses and compensation is just the latest example of extreme environmental events that are taking place on our planet with greater frequency.
Photograph courtesy of Alberta Premier Rachel Notley's Flickr account

By FRANCIS ZWIERS, SYBIL SEITZINGER

PUBLISHED : Monday, June 6, 2016 12:00 AM

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