Opinion

Why a West Coast aquarium is working with the feds to study the Arctic

It’s no longer acceptable to stand by idly as the effects of global climate change permanently alter our Arctic landscape.

The Arctic makes up 40 per cent of Canada’s landmass and almost 70 per cent of its shorelines. Photograph courtesy of the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre

By JOHN NIGHTINGALE

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016 12:00 AM

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