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"If climate change is a shark, then water is its teeth." Like a fish that doesn't notice the shark until it feels its sharp bite, humans will first feel the effects of climate change through water. Under current projections, most freshwater ecosystems globally will face ecologically significant impacts by the middle of this century.
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The city believed a federal decree from March 2015 and Quebec's approval were enough to move forward — except the decree was never adopted.
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