The Observatory monitors and evaluates climate change adaptation to produce indices for steering individual and organizational adaptation in Quebec.
Climate change is associated with an increase in pollen-related allergy problems. Climate change, air pollution, increasing temperatures and other environmental variables are modifying the air quality, and thus contributing to the increased prevalence of allergic respiratory diseases. This phenomenon is attributable to an increase in pollen concentrations further to a lengthening of the growing season of some allergenic plants.
Weather hazards in Quebec and everywhere else in the world are disrupting our ecosystems and causing major health issues. To learn more about , consult this section. Information, reports, articles and newsletters are available under these topic headings.