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How can individuals and communities become more resilient to climate change?
June was the hottest month ever recorded in Saskatchewan. Forest fires are raging in the north, crops are drying up in the fields, and cities have been under heat warnings. Some scientists are warning that climate change is making heat waves longer, hotter, more likely, and more dangerous. So, how can we better prepare for future heat waves and protect the most vulnerable? We were joined by Joanna Eyquem, Managing Director of Climate Resilient Infrastructure for the Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation and Ian McCreary, Bladworth-area grain and cattle farmer who co-chair of a taskforce on agriculture and climate change.