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Urban Planet: A False Creek

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In Vancouver, there is an effort afoot to make the impacts of climate change more visible. Artists Rhonda Weppler and Trevor Mahovsky have installed their piece, ‘A False Creek’, which shows projected changes in sea level over the coming years on the legs of the Cambie Street Bridge. The name is a pun which plays on the body of water (False Creek) and the level of change that the creek may experience in the years to come. (Pop Up City)

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