Northern MPs call climate change report an ‘eye opener,’ say it should ‘sound the alarm’ for change
By Samantha Wright AllenApr. 10, 2019
‘It’s just disrupting everything’: MPs representing regions reporting the worst climate change effects speak about the impacts they see in their communities.
Northern MPs say it wasn’t a surprise to learn the North is warming at three times the global rate. From left: New Democrats Niki Ashton and Nathan Cullen, and Liberals Larry Bagnell and Michael McLeod.
The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, Sam Garcia, and courtesy of the House of Commons
Northern MPs say a “chilling” report helps show southern Canadians the degree their constituents are feeling the effects of climate change and its threat to food security, movement, and ways of life.
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