A $2-million project, led by Royal Roads University’s ResiliencebyDesign (RbD) Lab made headlines in the Times Colonist and Black Press Media papers March 15.
Here is an excerpt from the Times Colonist:
Earth’s climate is changing and urgent action is needed to address that reality, says a Royal Roads University professor.
“We are already locked into a certain amount of climate change,” Robin Cox, an expert in disaster response and planning, said in an interview.
“It’s already occurring and will continue to occur. Decisions need to be based on what is currently happening and what is predicted will happen.”
Read more in the Times Colonist and Victoria News.