The effects of climate change are far-reaching and affect us, and the environment around us, more every month.

Again this year, I foolishly went to Western Canada in late February. Temperature was minus thirty-six degrees Fahrenheit when I arrived and, with wind chill, stayed below the minus thirty mark all but the last couple of days I was there. This has been one of the coldest winters on the Canadian prairies for some time and the amount of snow has likewise been exceptional. Continue Reading »