How will Climate Change Impact Atlantic Canada?

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How will Climate Change Impact Atlantic Canada?
It now seems clear that climate change is indeed happening – despite the many people who claim that it is not. What will this mean for Canada, and specifically for Atlantic Canada? This essay examines the most important and likely ways that Atlantic Canada will be affected by climate change. As will be demonstrated, climate change has the potential to have a devastating effect on the forests, farms, environment, coastline, geomorphic features and economy of Atlantic Canada – indeed, on all aspects of human life. It cannot be known precisely what the effects will be, given that some will be primary – such as warmer winters, and others will be secondary – such as changes in pest populations....
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