British Columbia Flooding

“It was part of a horrific weekend for B.C., which is now under a state of emergency due to the so-called “atmospheric river” that dumped unprecedented amounts of precipitation through much of the province. In an extreme weather event many are linking to climate change, entire communities were evacuated; homes and vehicles were submerged; landslides washed out roads and highways; raging rivers destabilized bridges.”

The B.C. floods are a mere hint of what climate change could do to the food supply –

10 Jun 1882, Page 4 – The Brooklyn Daily Eagle at

07 Jun 1894, Page 5 – The Sydney Morning Herald at

04 Jun 1894, 7 – Glasgow Herald at

05 Nov 1921, Page 4 – The Winnipeg Tribune at

01 Jun 1948, 1 – The Gazette at

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