Currently in Toronto — September 23rd, 2022

Mainly sunny but cool

The weather, currently.

The first full day of fall will start out on a cool note. Single digits across the GTA for early Friday morning between 5°C to 7°C, however at least it will be bright. A ridge of high pressure has settled into the region providing lots of sunshine for the day. The forecast high tomorrow is 15°C, which is below seasonal. With a moderate breeze from the NW, the kids will need a sweater as they head to school. The UV index will be 5 or moderate.

Friday Night: Cloudy periods with a low of 9°C.

The seasonal norms are 19°C and 10°C.

Anwar Knight

What you need to know, currently.

Fridays for the Future will be holding a global climate strike tomorrow, calling on leaders to take long overdue action on climate change. The organizations demands include:

  1. Keeping the global temperature rise below 1.5 °C compared to pre-industrial levels.
  2. Ensuring climate justice and equity.
  3. Listening to the best united science currently available.

You can view their map here to find a strike in your city.

Today, for Loss and Damage Action day, activists called on polluters to pay reparations for the harm they've caused.

"In response to climate disasters, vulnerable communities rely on adaptation measures (eg. building flood defenses such as embankments) to survive; but these efforts can only go so far," Currently's Anna Abraham wrote in August. "Based on existing emission trends, climate change has dramatically increased the number of extreme weather events, making many disasters completely unavoidable. The social and fiscal impacts of these unavoidable events are referred to as ‘loss and damage.’"

Click here to read Abraham's full article on Loss and Damage finance.

Register for tomorrow's strike here!

What you can do, currently.

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