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College Graduate, Katimavik Alumni and currently enrolled in the Environmental Governance program at the University of Guelph. I am dedicated to encouraging cycling culture, environmental sustainability and a shift towards renewable forms of energy.

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In the news article " how the world could be running out of fish" it refers back to our older generations and discusses how we use to be hunters and gathers and that now fish are the only wild anmals that we hunt in large numbers. Many of the animals left on the planet are not hunted as much as they use to  because there simply isn't  a great number of certain species.  Certain marine animals like whlaes won't even be seen by future generations because of the potential risk certain species are of becoming extinct.

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<p>Hamilton seeks to establish the impacts of climate change on financial stability. Climate change risks financial stability because of “physical risks” and “transition risks”. Physical risks are property and human life damage due to catastrophes resulting from climate change such as flooding and frequent storms which puts pressure on the insurance industry.

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College Graduate, Katimavik Alumni and currently enrolled in the Environmental Governance program at the University of Guelph. I am dedicated to encouraging cycling culture, environmental sustainability and a shift towards renewable forms of energy.

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