B.C. is in a crazy drought and scientists say climate change is to blame
October 20, 2022
CSFS Associate Dr. Kai Chan (Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability) said hotter, drier summers, drought and fires are consistent with what climate scientists have been saying we should expect.
“Food production is suffering, salmon are suffering, there are more forest fires with all the smoke that comes with that. There are losses of other kinds of wildlife, and more boil water advisories,” said Chan.