Climate Watch Shorts is a new web series with host Nam Kiwanuka. We examine the local impact of climate change in Ontario, with a new episode each week.
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Efforts to save the endangered monarch butterfly have intensified in recent years. Now a new project aims to bring awareness to the plight of more obscure species.
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Wherever these endangered birds are found, volunteers can be counted on to protect them — but the species may never be able to survive on its own.
Ticks are spreading throughout the province, some bringing Lyme disease with them. The solutions are simple — but educating people about them is not.
Dogs, drones, fireworks, and freighters — every municipality seems to have its own solution to geese. Why don’t we have one that’s province-wide?
The Climate Watch Shorts web series investigates the effects of climate change in Ontario. From more frequent, intense storms to the changing growing seasons, host Nam Kiwanuka introduces viewers to the effects of climate change as its being seen and felt today.
Thanks to a series of mishaps, the Springbank Dam has been stuck open since 2006 — and the ecosystem has thrived.
Massive flooding in Windsor last year was a sign of climate change — but the science behind these ever-intensifying storms is more complex than it seems.