Greenhouse gas emissions aren't just causing climate change, they're costing Canada a lot of money, the Globe and Mail reports.
The country has allocated $4 million to three projects at McGill University that aim to quantify and improve understanding of greenhouse gas emissions, as well as their impact on the environment, the economy, transportation, and urban living.
"The projects led by Grant Clark, Yi Huang, and Luis Miranda-Moreno promise to propose innovative, made-in-Canada solutions to the global challenges of climate change," says Canada's minister of environment and climate change.
The projects are part of a $58 million Canadian investment in climate change research. Read the Entire Article
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