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Discussion Paper on Climate Change – EBR 012-3452 – ORA Submission

Water is a renewable, but finite resource. Climate change will impose some of its greatest effects on both the long-term availability and the short-term variability of water resources in many regions of this province. These effects have already been felt in many areas through increased frequency and magnitude of droughts, extreme rain and flooding, duration of accumulated snowpack, and changes in soil moisture and runoff. These effects have created havoc on municipal waste water treatment facilities that were never built with climate change in mind.

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