Canada's Climate Science gets the Ax
Posted by Graham Lanktree
on Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Scientists who study climate change from a remote post on Ellesmere Island are planning to shut down their cash-strapped project after the federal government refused to refinance a key climate-change research foundation.
The Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory (PEARL) is located 1,100 kilometres from the North Pole, and collects data on the changing climate of the Far North, where global warming is found to be most intense.
Read the full article at The Globe and Mail.