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  • In the latest instalment of the 'In A Changing Climate' series, Joyce Chau of EcoSpark discusses the importance of natural infrastructure to protecting our precious fresh water. READ MORE

Fresh Water Changing In a Climate

Our Greenbelt, covering 7,200 km2 of environmentally sensitive land, is key to protecting the quality of that water for the 9 million people living in the Greater Golden Horseshoe who rely on it as drinking water.

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For this instalment in the seriesJoyce Chau - Executive Director of EcoSpark - discusses the multi-faceted importance of water.

 

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More from this series:

For this instalment in the series, Antonia Guidotti, Mary Burridge and Mark Peck of the Royal Ontario Museum explore how a changing climate is impacting biodiversity, and what we can do about it.

For this instalment in the series, Robert McLeman of Rink Watch and Wilfrid Laurier University explores how a changing climate is impacting backyard hockey, and what we can do about it. 

For this instalment in the series, the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit explores how a changing climate is impacting our health, and what we can do to take action. 

For this instalment in the series, Ontario Nature explores how a changing climate is impacting birds and birding, and what we can do to take action. 

For this instalment in the series, the Royal Botanical Gardens explores how a changing climate is impacting gardening, and what you can do in your own garden to take action.

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