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Tag: climate change

Report from ONEIA: Building climate-resilient infrastructure

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Ontario’s rapidly changing climate will increase the likelihood of flooding, extreme heat and weather events, and power outages in coming decades and the province...

Study shows widespread retreat and loss of marine-terminating glaciers in the...

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University of Ottawa - Two researchers from the University of Ottawa are the first to map out all the glaciers that end in the...

Study: Measuring oxygen flow in the ocean

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In a new study published in the journal Biogeosciences, a team of researchers from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada and the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel in Germany have...

Waterloo calls for proposals for 2022 Community Environmental Fund

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The Region of Waterloo is delighted to announce an open call for project funding for the 2022 Community Environmental Fund, following funding approval by...

Link between heavy storms and increased risk of germs in treated...

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Across the Great Lakes basin, hundreds of water utilities treat water from the Great Lakes and deliver safe, high-quality drinking water to nearly 40...

University of Waterloo opens aquatic threats research facility to study impact...

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The new Waterloo Aquatic Threats in Environmental Research (WATER) facility at the University of Waterloo aims to simulate and research aquatic stressors and threats...

Top five Great Lakes stories of 2021

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1. Canada and Ontario mark 50th anniversary of Great Lakes agreement The Governments of Canada and Ontario announced that they have signed the new Canada-Ontario Agreement...

Quentin Chiotti joins Matrix Solutions as practice lead for climate risk...

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Matrix Solutions has welcomed Quentin Chiotti as practice lead for climate risk and resilience. “Climate risk adaptation has become an essential consideration for our public...

Warmer, wetter, wilder: 38 million people in the Great Lakes region...

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The Great Lakes are getting warmer, wetter, and wilder. These atypical conditions are amplifying other threats. Harmful algal blooms are increasing in severity and...

Green roofs help Canadian cities adapt to climate change

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India, Germany, Belgium, and the U.S.A. experienced unprecedented rains and catastrophic floods that resulted in loss of life and widespread damage. While floods are...

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