Media storm over floods, drought and The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

Ag producers need to rethink methods because of drought, extreme heat, says U of S water expert

Leisha Grebinski
CBC Radio Saskatoon, Morning
August 6, 2021

Leisha Grebinski talks with Prof. John Pomeroy, Canada Research Chair in Water Resources and Climate Change.

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Canada could see more fires, floods from climate change

CBC TV Vancouver, The National
August 9, 2021

As the UN’s new climate report sounds the alarm about global warming, scientists say Canada could see more extreme weather, including drought, fires and floods as the global temperature rises.

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U.N. climate change warning is ‘most extreme’ ever, Sask. expert says

Tyler Barrow
CTV News Saskatoon
August 9, 2021

A dire climate change report from the United Nations isn’t surprising for University of Saskatchewan professor John Pomeroy.

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What would happen to farming in our province if the temperature increased by 3 to 5 degrees? University of Sask. researcher weighs in

CBC Saskatchewan Radio, The Morning Edition
August 10, 2021

It’s been a tough summer for farmers in Saskatchewan. Scorching heat and lack of rain are affecting their crops, livestock and livelihood. We hear from a professor studying climate change and water security.

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New report paints sobering forecast for climate change

Global TV, Morning Saskatoon
August 11, 2021

A UN report on climate change paints a grim picture around the world. USask Canada Research Chair in Climate Change John Pomeroy talks about the long-term concerns in Saskatchewan.

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Sask. farmers using trees, winter crops to combat climate change-driven heat

Dayne Patterson
CBC News Saskatoon
August 11, 2021

Climate change could bring more dry seasons to the Prairies, says hydrologist.

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Saskatchewan could be facing its worst drought on record

Keenan Sorokan
650 CKOM, Saskatoon
August 12, 2021

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Prairie farmers struggle as drought set to become among worst in Canadian history

Bonnie Allen, Theresa Kliem
CBC News Saskatchewan
August 14, 2021

‘Production is down to almost nothing,’ Sask. farmer says.

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News Article – Geoengineering: Is it possible to save the Rocky glaciers?

Geoengineering: Is it possible to save the Rocky glaciers?

Peehu Rana
Calgary Journal
July 27, 2021

The glaciers in the Canadian Rockies are gradually disappearing due to climate change and soot accumulation on the ice, but a new geoengineering approach can be a possible way to prevent the melting of the glaciers.

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