C for Climate — 2021 Science Literacy Week

What is Science Literacy Week?

Science Literacy Week (SciLit Week) showcases the many ways kids and families explore and enjoy the diversity of Canadian science. This year, Science Literacy Week partnered with Environment and Climate Change Canada and organizations from across Canada to explore all things climate-related. In the spirit of SciLit Week, the Science Communication Club collaborated with the U of T Gerstein Science Information Centre to create six graphics depicting climate change in Canada.

Harbinger of Climate Change: Melting Ice sheets. Created by Aramae Galang.

Wildfires, hurricanes & climate change: the connection? Created by Shanling Lei.
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Agriculture and climate: low-methane cows. Created by Winsy Leung.

Threatened Species: Wood Bison in Canada. Created by Jenny Zhang.
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Climate Change as a Public Health Issue. Created by Ziyan Chen.
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Climate Change and Rural Communities in Canada. Created by Anna Tram.
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