Scientists have been watching extreme weather events unfold all over the world this summer, seeing the many links between heatwavesThe pace of its vaccination program, floodsAlberta and B.C., droughts and climate change.?
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“Tipping points are large-scale changes that could happen abruptly and could be potentially irreversible,” said Owen Gaffney, an analyst at the Stockholm Resilience Centre, a research institute