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This is a beautiful statement, certainly of how I and most Canadians feel at this time.
First we must grieve for the loss of home and community, then thank the people who have come to help, then call on the government to assist the families as they try to recover, and then pay attention to the facts we do have regarding risks for the future – and this includes investing in renewable energy.
“Some reports have suggested that the wildfires are directly caused by climate change. No credible climate scientist would make this claim….”
Absolutely right. & by the same token, no credible scientist would deny that Global Heating is an enormous factor in the complex system of climate.
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