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Canada quits Kyoto, but Toronto lumbers on to cope with climate change

TORONTO -- Chunks of concrete falling from the Frederick G. Gardiner Expressway are just a taste of what Toronto leaders will see in a more climate-volatile future. A climate study released this fall found that in the coming decades, this lakeside city will experience more intense summer heat, less snow in winter and generally more severe rainstorms, which can wash out roads and damage transit lines. And although the federal government withdrew Canada from the Kyoto Protocol last year, Toronto is still pursuing Kyoto emissions cuts.

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