Read articles and watch a video to discover what role forests play in the global carbon cycle and learn how climate change affects them.
Explore a variety of Government of Canada supported research on climate change, including resources such as publications, online posters and fact sheets.
Find out how climate change affects Atlantic Canada, such as how ecosystems in the ocean are impacted or the damage of coastal flooding caused by storm surges.
Learn about climate change in Nunavut and find out how it is affecting the ecosystems and culture of Canada’s North.
Find out about climate change in Ontario and how it affects health, water, farms and forests.
Learn about melting glaciers, changing vegetation and extreme weather, some of the results of climate change in the prairie provinces.
Discover how people can help prevent climate change in order to reduce its detrimental effects on ecosystems, such as that of the St. Lawrence River region in Québec.
Discover how climate change poses a threat to salmon, water levels, air quality and forests in British Columbia.
Find out about the implications of climate change in the Territories. Discover what it means to have a greener North.
Explore maps that display the changing water and climate conditions for wheat growing regions of western Canada and the United States.
Articles on how climate change is affecting Canada and what you can do to take action.
Check out three lesson plans related to climate change: Digging for Diatoms, Increase your Albedo, and Scenarios for the Future. These curriculum-linked activities include downloadable presentations, diagrams, and how-to guides for teachers.
Canada’s forests contain large pools of carbon and we need detailed, scientifically rigorous forest carbon accounting to help scientists fully understand their role in the global carbon cycle.
Watch this video for a glimpse into the connection between agriculture and greenhouse gases.
Glimpse our role in the face of climate change with this video from a scientist at Natural Resources Canada.
See how studies of ice cores are helping to decipher past environmental change (text and video).
This archive contains over a century and a half of Canada’s weather data including temperature, precipitation, atmospheric pressure, wind speed, cloud types, soil temperature, evaporation, solar radiation as well as occurrences of thunderstorms and other weather phenomena.
Access information on plant hardiness zones through an up-to-date map produced with data on a variety of factors including elevation and the impacts of changing climate.
Read the adventure, then take the quiz! These activities cover climate change with topics like rising sea levels, getting clues from glaciers, changes in weather patterns, and more.
Learn about the impact of storm surges and rising sea-levels, both of which are likely to increase as a result of climate change (text and video).
Explore how climate change affects Canada’s National Parks, with discussion of temperature, ecosystems and wildlife.
How is water affected by climate change? This fact sheet considers the effect of climate change on Canada's water resources.