Natural Infrastructure in a Changing Climate
In partnership with York Region and Jenny Hill, Assistant Dean, Academic Planning and Governance at the University of Toronto, we're exploring the positive impacts natural infrastructure can have on a changing climate.
Fresh Water in a Changing Climate
Ontario has 250,000 lakes, containing about one-fifth of the world’s fresh water. Unfortunately, this unique offering could be undermined by climate change.
Biodiversity in a Changing Climate
Scientific evidence suggests that biodiversity is in decline across the globe, and that one of the drivers of this phenomenon is climate change.
Health in a Changing Climate
Climate change is the greatest environmental issue of our time; it is also the greatest health issue of our era.
Hockey in a Changing Climate
The fate of the outdoor skating rink is symptomatic of the many challenges we must confront in the face of a rapidly changing climate.
Gardening in a Changing Climate
Explore how a changing climate is impacting gardening and what you can do in your own garden to take action.
Newcomers in a Changing Climate
Based on the longer Mental Health in a Changing Climate series of reports, this short digest highlights the effects of climate change on newcomers in the Greater Golden Horseshoe
Birds in a Changing Climate
Some 31 species of birds in the Greenbelt are already at risk, and will become increasingly vulnerable as climate change adds to other treats, including habitat loss.
Youth in a Changing Climate
Research suggests that youth are at increased risk of longterm trauma, such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder