Top science journalists Colleen Kimmett, Joshua Rapp Learn, Christopher Pollon and Ed Struzik explore how climate change is hitting home in various regions of Canada, from the tide battling coast of B.C. to the drought-stricken ranges of Alberta, to the flood walloped insurers of Ontario to the polar bear magnet that is Churchill, Manitoba. This series is a Tyee project with media partners including Huffington Post Canada and the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix. Other publications are welcome to reprint any of these pieces. To arrange, contact editorATthetyee.ca.
In This Series
Six Ways Climate Change Is Getting Personal in BC
It's here and already causing people to struggle and adapt in new ways.
Climate Change vs. Crescent Beach
One BC town's war against the rising sea and so-called 'king tides.' Part of new 'Climate Change Gets Personal' series.
Seven Ways Climate Change Is Getting Personal in Ontario
From hiking to swimming, sipping to shipping, how shifting weather patterns are changing lives in the province.
Why the Critters in Your Backyard Aren't Who They Used to Be
How a warming climate is driving changes to urban ecosystems.
So You Want to Be a Polar Bear Wrangler?
The job in Churchill, Manitoba keeps getting harder, thanks to climate change.
Don't Tell These Ranchers Climate Change Isn't Real
The push to make Alberta's cattle ranges drought resistant.
Six Ways Climate Change Is Getting Personal in the Prairies
From ski hills to saw mills, how lives are already being affected.
Bracing for the Next Deluge
Two years after Calgary's great flood, what is being done to prepare for the next one?
Six Ways Climate Change Is Getting Personal in Atlantic Canada
Like tuna, lobster, birds, trees? Hate snow shovelling? Read on.
The Scallop Farmer's Acid Test
How more CO2 in BC waters has a shellfish industry fighting for its future.
Homeowner? Brace for Flood of Insurance Hikes
As storms rise, so do bills for Ontario cities, citizens. How to keep costs lower.
For Ski Hill Denizens, Rocky Patches Ahead
How climate change is changing the business and lifestyle of skiing in Canada.