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Climate changes in Canada. What consequences derive from the climate change in Canada and what actions are taken part as a result?

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  • Submitted: 17/01/2012
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International Baccalaureate Geography

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Climate changes in Canada:

What consequences derive from the climate change in Canada and what actions are taken part as a result?

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Abstract............................................................................................2

Introduction.........................................................................................3

I. Impacts due to climate change..........................................4

a) Greenhouse gas emissions

b) Arctic Ecosystems

c) Fisheries

d) Polar bears

e) Health Issues

II. Changes in regions due to climate change...........10

a) Pacific coast

b) Prairie provinces

c) Great Lakes-St. Lawrence basin

d) Atlantic coast

e) The North

f) Wetlands

g) Permafrost

III. Canada's approach on climate change.................15

Conclusion......................................................................................17

Appendix.........................................................................................18

References......................................................................................22

Abstract

It is quite evident that climate change is happening around the world. This issue is called global warming. Because of the effect worldwide, Canada is due to be influenced. The increase of greenhouse gas emissions is apparent, as further urbanizations and burning of fossil fuel occur. With the warming climate, arctic ecosystems are suffering a loss of ice, and many Arctic ponds are dissipating. In fisheries, as the melting ice will flow into the ocean and seas,

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