Transportation is a big contributor to greenhouse gas emissions in Thunder Bay, but walking, biking, or wheeling your way to destinations can reduce the impact. Find out how much of an impact you can have, and how to communicate and advocate to make active transport more accessible, convenient, and safe.
The world only has so much “carbon”, or greenhouse gases we can emit to limit warming to 1.5 degrees, and reduce the risk of catastrophe. Find out about Canada’s share of the budget, and how to stay within in.
Before talking about climate change, it can be useful to know what your friends and family may already think about climate change. This factsheet includes results from Dr. Lindsay Galway’s work collecting perspectives of climate change from people living in Thunder Bay.
Flooding is one of the most visible impacts we have already experienced from climate change in Thunder Bay. Learn how climate change has played a role in past storms and floods, how it will change storms in the future, and how Thunder Bay is adapting.