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Have your say on Calgary's drought resiliency

The City of Calgary is seeking feedback on its drought resiliency plan and preparedness. Climate change in Calgary and the surrounding watershed means warmer winters and less snow, compounded by hotter and drier summers, all of which lead to water scarcity and increased demands on water resources by humans for personal/household as well as industrial, agricultural, and energy-producing uses, plants and animals. The drought resiliency plan requires participation and support from Calgarians. Read the article here

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Have your say on Calgary's drought resiliency

The City of Calgary is seeking feedback on its drought resiliency plan and…