B.C.'s rising temperatures, Lake Cowichan radio, Catalyst fights bankruptcy and cycling to Rio
Victoria shoreline (satanoid/Flickr)
Temperature rising: Francis Zweirs of the UVic-based Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium on the evidence of climate change in B.C. found in an analysis of weather data from the past 60 years.
Mike Bishop and Ron Mackenzie talk about why Lake Cowichan's only local radio station could be forced off the air by a lack of funds.
Kevin Mason of ERA Forest Products Research discusses the challenges for Catalyst Paper as it tries to avoid bankruptcy.
Naomi Devine talks about why she is cycling from her native B.C. to Brazil's Rio de Janeiro to attend the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development.