Squamish Nation Fighting Climate Change with New Carbon-Capture System

Wednesday, November 28, 2018
Angela Sterritt
CBC News

Seymour River, located on the North Shore's Capilano reserve in Squamish Nation territory, keeps rising. The higher water levels are the result of the warming climate. Chris Lewis, a spokesperson for the Squamish Nation, is concerned about the salmon that spawn there. To counter the effect of climate change, the Squamish Nation is leading a new carbon-capture system.

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