Kelp beds off BC’s coast face climate-related challenges, but interventions may help the kelp endure, according to a recent final report from the Undersea Forests project.
A global transition to a net-zero, low-carbon economy is underway, and Canada needs a more coordinated and strategic approach for positioning its industries in the value chains of the 21st century green economy.
What lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic can help us better prepare for the health challenges related to climate change?
How can we manage our landscape to reduce wildfire threat and wildfire emissions?
Nurture may trump nature when it comes to kelp growth and survivability.
Pathways to minimizing displacement from climate change impacts in BC.
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