Squamish Nation Fighting Climate Change with New Carbon-Capture System

Wednesday, November 28, 2018
Author: 
Angela Sterritt
Source: 
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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