It’s time to apply pressure on elected officials to act on climate transition, says letter writer. (News Bulletin file photo)

It’s time to apply pressure on elected officials to act on climate transition, says letter writer. (News Bulletin file photo)

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Extreme heat should lead to climate action

We should be connecting the dots between climate change and heat domes, suggests letter writer

To the editor,

Re: Policy revamp might save lives in next heat dome, but so could community, say B.C. experts, June 26.

Please cover hyperthermia and the health effects of extreme heat. Please cover the atmospheric structure that leads to these circumstances. Heat domes are traceable to carbon emissions, time to apply pressure on elected officials to act on climate transition.

Jordon Wallace, Nanaimo


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