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Military personnel stack sandbags at Constance Bay on April 30, 2019. Some adaptation approaches can be emissions intensive, especially those focused on stormwater control—a major concern given that floods are emerging as the biggest national source of insured losses, writes Deborah Harford. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade


Low carbon resilience is Canada’s safe green path in a changing climate

As providers of traditional and new energy resources and residents of a large country with complex energy and infrastructure needs, Canadians face unique pressure to plan strategically for the coming decades as we work to reduce emissions in a changing climate.

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