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B.C.'s rising temperatures, Lake Cowichan radio, Catalyst fights bankruptcy and cycling to Rio

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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.
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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.
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Kevin Mason of ERA Forest Products Research discusses the challenges for Catalyst Paper as it tries to avoid bankruptcy.
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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.
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