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Alberta government took six months to release alarming climate report - 2020-02-26

F0.png Alberta government took six months to release alarming climate report February 26, 2020, Mike De Souza, Global News

Alberta will warm faster than the rest of the planet because of human activity, causing a range of profound impacts on the province's economy, infrastructure and public health, says a new report, prepared by climate scientists and published on a provincial government website.

"Projected changes will profoundly impact Alberta's natural environment, and have the potential to affect the province's agriculture, infrastructure, and natural resources, as well as the health and welfare of its inhabitants," said the report, co-authored by Canadian climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe and postdoctoral research fellow Anne Stoner from Texas Tech University.

The projections from the report, entitled Alberta's Climate Future, are similar to projections for other parts of Canada that are warming faster than the rest of the world.

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{{cite news | first = Mike De | last = Souza | author2 = Heather Yourex-West | title = Alberta government took six months to release alarming climate report | url = https://globalnews.ca/news/6600989/alberta-buried-climate-report/ | work = Global News | date = February 26, 2020 | accessdate = February 27, 2020 }}