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University of Windsor researchers discuss how climate change may threaten drinking water for millions of Canadians

Published on: Thu, 01/09/2020
Last Modified: Thu, 01/09/2020 - 11:36am


University researchers Dr. Mike McKay, Dr. Joel Gagnon, Dr. Ken Drouillard, Dr. John Hartig and Dr. K.W. Michael Siu published an article in the Conversation discussing how climate change may affect the quality of the drinking water of millions of Canadians who live in the Great Lakes Basin, and warn that a large increase in investment in infrastructure is needed to ensure a safe supply of drinking water for the future.

Read the full article in the Conversation

Read the story in University of Windsor's Daily News