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Weather Gone Wild Documentary Airs October 23rd @ 9 pm.

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As you may have heard, Weather Gone Wild, a new documentary about surviving the superstorms that come with climate change, premieres Thursday, October 23 at 9 p.m. (9:30 in NL) on CBC Television’s Doc Zone.

Weather Gone Wild is about adapting to the “new normal” of extreme weather.  Climate change is bringing more flooding, more drought, more hot temperatures and more storms to all corners of the globe.  What can we do to protect ourselves from the increasingly destructive weather headed our way?

In addition to the world premiere of Weather Gone Wild on television, there will also be a release of a free home readiness app in partnership with the Bell Broadcast and New Media Fund, and the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction.

The app assesses whether your home is ready for the extremes of climate change and wild weather.  It also gives suggestions for making your home safer for you and your family.

You can find the free app, and a timeline of significant weather events in Canadian history illustrated with stories from the CBC’s archives, here.

Hope you will be able to tune in to CBC Television for the premiere of Weather Gone Wild on Thursday October 23 at 9 p.m.

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