Canadian Geographic Article Index
Articles tagged with Climate change (64)
Taking the pulse of the river
Follow the team of specialists diagnosing the ills of British Columbia’s Fraser River
A passage through ice
As sea ice recedes, more ships than ever are transiting a famed route in the Canadian Arctic. But as two sailors discovered last summer, that doesn’t mean the Northwest Passage has become an easy voyage.
Tinkering with Mother Nature
Some scientists believe geo-engineering could be the answer to climate change. Here are six ideas.
The puck stops here
Warmer winter temperatures are a game-changer for outdoor hockey.
'Survivor' for saplings
It’s saplings vs. climate change, ‘Survivor’ style
How satellites help Arctic researches see the effects of climate change in the Canadian Arctic Islands
Neither a bird nor a plane
These dirigibles might be the solution to transportation challenges in the changing North
A glacier’s pace
How much do glaciers contribute to rising sea levels?
Festivals and photography projects help coastal communities prepare for rising sea levels and higher tides
What is climate prosperity?
The world is 0.78°C warmer today than before the industrial revolution. How will Canada plan for and profit from the risks of climate change?
Global warming impacts health
Climate change could be the biggest global health threat of the 21st century, but Canada has been slow to respond.
The drying South Saskatchewan River
In the last century the flow of the river has dropped by 12 percent. Can the South Saskatchewan River be saved?
Halifax Harbour’s rising waters
Global warming is giving Halifax a sinking feeling. How is the maritime city planning for rising sea levels?
The future of Canada’s resources
What does a future of climate change hold for Canada’s resource-based industries?
Will maple syrup disappear?
The changing climate may alter the syrup industry forever
Global warming insurance
Extreme weather is topping the list of insurance claims
Canadian logging adapts
How will the forestry industry survive fires, drought and insects?
Canada vs. the world
Canadian foreign policy faces a new global climate
Global warming’s pros and cons
Explore a chart of the dangers and possibilities of climate change
On thinning ice
One scientist’s view on the changing ecology of Arctic sea ice
Remote-controlled climate change
Dance of a dangerous sea
Will a tiny South Pacific nation be the first one the world needs to rescue from the ravages of climage change?
The not-so-frozen continent
The Antarctic Peninsula is warming at an unprecedented rate. Change in this polar haven is occurring faster than almost anywhere else on Earth.