Arctic communities’ water supplies affected by global warming.- 28 July 2008  
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Speaking at a climate change conference in the city of Iqaluit in Canada, researcher Paul Budkewitsch of Natural Resources Canada said that with warming temperatures already causing reduced snow and rainfall, some communities in Canada that depend mainly on glacial melt as their water source have had insufficient supplies. To better protect water resources, Mr. Budkewitsch recommended the construction of long-term storage facilities and fences to ensure the snow does not drift away.

Many thanks, Dr. Budkewitsch and Natural Resources Canada, for sharing this information about the effects of rising climate temperature. With Heaven’s blessings, may we strive to limit greenhouse gas emissions to ensure plentiful resources for the Arctic and other communities in the world.