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The Costs of Climate Change for Canada’s Infrastructure

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Canada's infrastructure isn't prepared for the climate crisis.

The third report in our Costs of Climate Change series finds that Canada’s infrastructure decisions aren’t accounting for climate change.

These risks are leaving Canadians under water, physically and financially, threatening our future well-being and prosperity.

In response, governments can direct public and private investment toward more resilient and future-fit infrastructure—a good investment that will cost much less in the long run.

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