A New Disaster In Australia: Toxic Water

The long-awaited rains in Australia that have provided relief to the bush fires are having a deadly side effect by creating toxic water systems that have killed fish and put other wildlife at risk. Thousands of fish have been found in the Macleay River in New South Wales. This was a fear of researches who suspected this may happen. This is likely caused by the rain carrying charred debris into rivers through dams and into the ocean.

How Is Climate Change Affecting Canada?

“The environmental threat to our world is greater than any time in human history. Just look around. We’re already seeing the impacts of climate change seared across the world.”

Mention Canada to anyone almost anywhere and several things spring immediately to mind. Famously polite people. Very, very good hockey players. A culture of inclusion. And Tim Horton’s.

Yikes! 50″ Of Rain • 24 Hours • Kauai

Kauai is the oldest and northernmost island in Hawai’i. There are restaurants in the main city of Lihue where spearfishermen bring their catch directly from the sea to the chefs waiting above. West of Waimea canyon — a subtropical replica of the Grand Canyon — visitors to Barking Sands Beach can see the island of Puuwai, the only island in the state reserved for native Hawaiians. It’s one of the most idyllic places in the USA, but it is not immune to climate change.