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Working on climate change is an act of love

Those of us who dedicate our lives to this effort, in whatever setting we choose to work, do it because we love our families, our children, the lake we swam in as teenagers, the communities we have seen suffer as weather gets more extreme and sea levels rise, writes Catherine Abreu, executive director of Climate Action Network.

British Columbia Burning

In British Columbia Burning, author Bethany Lindsay does an in-depth investigation into what happened last summer, also taking a look back at the history of wildfires in B.C. and a peak forward at the possibilities for both preventing and fighting them.