Tag: climate change
This week’s post is about the latest IPCC report AR6 WG III. Many people working in the environment sector may have complained about these long and fancy reports from IPCC. I totally agree with them – even scientists who work in the climate change field would struggle to understand (and explain) the definitions of some […]
We are facing drastical ecological challenges as natural disasters at every level – locally, regionally and globally. Here, humans have encountered two absurd situations, is the nature so indifferent to our human beings when it shows its fierce and ruthless appearance or is the nature so overwhelmingly manipulated by us and we are simply having a “ taste of own medicine”. This post will examine a unique position – where do human stand in the “beloved” Mother Nature?
Climate change, generally perceived as rising global temperature and changing rainfall patterns, has a large impact on crop production. Canada is a high-latitude country in Northern Hemisphere, whose major croplands originated from the three Prairie Provinces, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Thus, climate effects, potentially, could have significant opportunities and challenges to the crop production in […]