In Canada, the warning signs that global warming may be having a long-term effect on the climate are subtle. In the far north of Canada, where the land is defined by ice, ice is slowly melting - and for the first time, people who live in Northern Canada are seeing plants and animals much more familiar to those of us in the South. Producer Bob Carty of the CBC travels north to see how people are adapting to the changes. This is part of our special international collaboration called Global Perspectives: Nature in the Balance.
|There's No Word for Robin|
There's No Word For Robin was produced by Bob Carty of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. It originally aired as part of our international collaboration Global Perspectives, Nature in the Balance.
Global Perspectives Radio Series
Listen to other programs from SOUNDPRINT's international radio documentary exchange series that addresses topics that impact our planet.
Global Warming Links
An extensive list of resources on the web about global warming.
Early Warning Signs
Click on this map of North America to learn about the many areas affected by global warming.
Climate Change in Canada
Find out what Canada is doing to address rising temperatures and global warming.
Greenhouse: The 200-Year Story of Global Warming
by: Gale E. Christianson 1999
The scientific biography of global warming.
Is the Temperature Rising?: The Uncertain Science of Global Warming
by: S. George Philander 2000
Learn how climate, weather and the elements of nature relate to global warming.
True North: The Yukon and Northwest Territories
by: William R. Morrison 1998
A documentation of the Yukon area and its peoples.